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COMMONWEALTH of PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



Anthracite Division 

7965 

Annual Report 
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 



WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 



Governor 



H. B. CHARMBURY 

Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industrie* 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 
Governor 




DEPARTMENT of MINES and MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

H. B. CHARMBURY 
Secretary 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

1965 

ANNUAL REPORT 



Harrisburg 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Page 

Governor William W. Scranton, Photograph and Biography 4 and 5 

Secretary H. B. Charmbury, Photograph and Biography 6 and 7 

Economic Changes Bring New Technology in the Coal Industry 8 

Research and Development 9 

Mine Refuse Bank Fires 12 

Abandoned Coal Mine Services 13 

Bituminous Division 14 

Bituminous Strip Mine Reclamation 15 

Anthracite Division 15 

Anthracite Strip Mine Restoration 17 

Oil and Gas Division 18 

Coal Mine Subsidence Fund 20 

Appalachia Program 21 

Department of Mines and Mineral Industries Directory 22 

Illustrations 25-29 

STATISTICAL REPORTS: 

Production, Employes and Fatalities— 1870 to 1965 32 

Thirty-seven Year Study of Anthracite, by County 34 

Production by County 42 

Production by District 43 

Summary of Anthracite Mines, Production and Fatalities 44 

Summary of Mines Employing More Than Five Persons — By District 45 

Summary of Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons — By District 46 

Mechanical Loading, Electric Motors and Pumps Delivering Water . 47 

Classification of Employes — By District 48 

Operators Producing 50,000 Tons or More 49 

Production and Accident Record for Operators Having a Fatality ... 50 

Causes of Fatal Accidents — By County 51 

Fatal Accident Victims — 1965 52 

Accidents in Which Five or More Persons Were Killed — 1847 to 1965 53 

PRODUCTION TABLE: 

Production, etc., of Anthracite Operators — By District 96 

REPORT OF OPERATORS EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE 
PERSONS: 

Production, etc., of Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five Persons 104 

REPORT OF OIL AND GAS DIVISION: 

Tables 1 to 8 114 

Oil and Gas Conservation Commission Annual Report of 1965 137 

DIRECTORY: 

Anthracite Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 146 

Anthracite Operators 149 




Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Department of Mines and 

Mineral Industries 

harrisburg 



May 23, 1966 



The Honorable William W. Scranton 

Governor 

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Dear Governor Scranton: 

In compliance with the Act of April K, 1903, 

I transmit herewith the Report of the Department of Mines 

and Mineral Industries for the year ending December 31 , 

1965, covering in detail the operations in the Anthracite 

Division of Pennsylvania. 

Respectfully submitted, 

H. B. Charmbury 



WILLIAM W. SCRANTON 

GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA 

Governor Scranton is a graduate of Yale University and its Law 
School. He served with the Air Force in World War II as a Pilot and 
Operations Officer with the rank of Captain and, upon returning to 
civilian life, became directly involved in various businesses, including 
publishing, banking and broadcasting. 

For years he was a leader in the effort of his home city, Scranton, 
Pennsylvania, to diversify its economy by the establishment of new 
industry there. He meanwhile served in many capacities with chari- 
table organizations, educational institutions and hospitals. 

His first service in Government was as a Special Assistant to Secretary 
of State Christian Herter, where he administered the Secretary's private 
office and represented the United States at international conferences. 
He was elected to the 87th Congress in November of 1960 from a 
District which had a 34,000 Democratic registration majority. 

In 1962. he was the Republican candidate for Governor of Pennsyl- 
vania and carried the State with a 486,000 vote majority. 

Since becoming Governor, he has led Pennsylvania into a new era 
of prosperity and social progress, and heads one of the most pro- 
gressive Administrations that the State has ever experienced. 

Governor Scranton's awareness and understanding of coal region 
problems has enabled his Administration to effect changes in laws 
pertaining to mining which are among the most vital in the history 
of the coal industry. The Governor's continuing interest in coal region 
problems was never more evident than on the four different occasions 
that he appeared before Congressional Committees during 1964 and 
1965 to champion a stronger, more effective Appalachian Regional 
Development Act. He outlined and then submitted proposals on the 
five problems of strip mine reclamation, mine subsidence, surface and 
underground mine fires, unsightly culm piles and acid mine water 
drainage that were all wholly incorporated into the Appalachian legis- 
lation finally adopted. 

It was first determined by Governor Scranton's Administration that 
the ugly culm piles or mine refuse banks which dot the coal-producing 
areas could be used in backfilling abandoned mines to prevent surface 
subsidence. By using the culm piles for this purpose, three of the five 
main problems confronting the mine areas of the State are being 
positively attacked. 



H. B. CHARMBURY 

SECRETARY OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

H. Beecher Charmbury was appointed Secretary of Mines and Min- 
eral Industries by Governor Scranton on January 30, 1963. He was 
born on September 21, 1914, in Hanover, Pennsylvania. In 1936, he 
was graduated Cum Laude from Gettysburg College with the degree 
Bachelor of Arts, in 1937 from the University of Pennsylvania with 
the degree Master of Science, and in 1942 from the Pennsylvania State 
University with the degree Doctor of Philosophy. He was married to 
Miss Mildred Louise Wentz in 1938, and they have two children; 
Deborah Louise and Thomas Elert. 

From September, 1937 to January, 1963 Dr. Charmbury was a mem- 
ber of the faculty of the Pennsylvania State University, serving suc- 
cessively as Research Assistant, Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, 
and eventually Professor and Head of the Department of Mineral 
Preparation. He was an invited lecturer at the Third International 
Coal Preparation Congress at Liege, Belgium in 1958, and at the First 
European Symposium on Size Reduction at Frankfurt, Germany in 
1962. 

He has served as technical consultant to various companies, organi- 
zations and municipalities on problems related to the preparation, 
beneficiation and utilization of bituminous and anthracite coals and 
metallic and nonmetallic minerals in addition to problems related to 
the causes and control of air pollution. He is the author of numerous 
published papers. 

The Secretary is a member of the American Institute of Mining, 
Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, the American Chemical Society, 
the American Mining Congress, the American Association of University 
Professors, the American Society for Engineering Education and the 
National Academy of Sciences. He is a member also of the Grace 
Lutheran Church of State College. Pennsylvania; Patmos Lodge No. 
348, F. & A. M.; and B. P. 0. Elks, of which he is a former State 
President. He is a former Chairman of the Centre County Republican 
Executive Committee. Dr. Charmbury is listed in American Men of 
Science, Who's Who in American Education, Who's Who in Engineer- 
ing, Who's Who in the East, and Leaders in American Science. 



ECONOMIC CHANGES BRING NEW TECHNOLOGY 
IN THE COAL INDUSTRY 

At the beginning of the present century, coal and iron were the keys 
to industrial prosperity. At that time, and for a number of years after- 
ward, Pennsylvania led all the states in mineral production. In a 
typical year after World War I, for example, this state's production of 
coal was 200,000,000 tons. 

In the entire United States almost 90 percent of the energy formerly 
was generated by coal. Now, however, coal accounts for but 22 percent 
of the energy generated. This indicates the drastic reduction in the 
output of Pennsylvania coal. In contrast to the period after World 
War I, the figures for 1964 show a drop in production to 93,846,480 
net tons. This drop has created a serious economic problem in a 
state so greatly dependent on the coal industry. With the reduction 
in coal production, employment has dropped considerably during those 
years (the number of miners alone from 280,011 to 43,149). 

EXTENSIVE RESERVES IN PENNSYLVANIA 

The reduction in coal output is due not to depletion of Pennsyl- 
vania's coal reserves but to shifts in demand. It is estimated that there 
are more than seven billion tons of anthracite and more than 28 billion 
tons of bituminous coal still unmined in Pennsylvania. 

All shifts in demand take place through the price mechanism. For 
certain purposes aluminum, concrete, glass, and plastics have become 
acceptable substitutes for steel. The relatively high price of steel is 
due in part to the high price of coal. Changes in steel-making practices 
aimed at reducing costs are threatening the use of coal as it is now 
known. Stricter air pollution laws may tend to delay the establishing 
of many new mine mouth power plants. 

The problems that the Pennsylvania coal industry is facing do not 
stop with unemployment, costs, and coal output. Mine subsidence, or 
cave-ins where voids have been left by coal mining, has caused con- 
siderable property damage. Acid mine drainage is another problem. 
Because of the physical characteristics of coal, when it is acted upon 
by bacteria and combined with water, sulfuric acid is formed; and 
that results in the pollution of streams. Burning refuse piles constitute 
an additional problem. 

In spite of the present discouraging state of the coal industry, many 
experts believe that coal has a promising future both as a raw material 
and as a source of energy. The former is illustrated by the increasing 
demand for organic chemicals and carbon as a filtering agent. The 
extent to which Pennsylvania's coal industry will profit by these new 
prospects depends upon research and development, upon coal policies, 
and upon the ability of Pennsylvania operators to mine coal at a 
cost that will make possible effective competition with operators in 
other states. 



Research and Development 

As far back as 1939, coal operators and economists with foresight 
saw on the horizon obstacles that would have to be overcome and 
realized that improvements would have to be made. Recognizing re- 
search as a means of improving and stabilizing the industry, they 
urged legislative action. The General Assembly made a small grant 
to the Pennsylvania State University with the provision that every 
State research dollar be matched with one from the industry. This 
initial grant laid the foundation for growth in coal research. 

In 1955 the General Assembly, acting on recommendations of the 
Panel of Technical Advisors of the Joint State Government Commis- 
sion, created the Coal Research Board. In 1956 it passed Act 651, 
designating the Board to carry on research on the economics, the 
technology, and the marketing of anthracite and bituminous coal and 
their by-products for the purpose of developing new uses and increasing 
markets for such coal. The sum of $500,000 was appropriated for 
use by the Board. The law requires that the Board be composed of 
seven members, namely: the Secretary of Mines and Mineral Indus- 
tries, who is designated as Chairman; two anthracite operators; two 
bituminous coal operators; one representative of the labor collective 
bargaining agency of the anthracite industry; and one representative 
of the labor collective bargaining agency of the bituminous coal in- 
dustry. All members except the Secretary of Mines and Mineral In- 
dustries are appointed by the Governor, each for a term of three years. 

In 1963, the scope of the Coal Research Board was increased to 
include problems confronting the industry such as water and air 
pollution, mine fires, mine safety, and the development of coal mineral 
complexes. 

Through July 1, 1966, a total of $2,525,000 has been appropriated 
by the Legislature to the Coal Research Board. Of that amount, the 
sum of $475,000 was appropriated for the fiscal period 1963-1964, 
and $500,000 each for the fiscal periods 1964-1965 and 1965-1966. 

Projects conducted in past years were selected by the Board from 
proposals submitted by qualified research agencies. Project proposals 
demonstrated a need for conducting basic or fundamental research 
concerning the various factors related to coal; but they presented few 
ideas for research in applied uses for coal. The result was that the 
Board had little choice but to assign the bulk of its available funds to 
projects concerned with basic or fundamental research. 

ACTIVE PROJECTS FOR COAL RESEARCH BOARD 

At the present time 23 active research projects are being carried 
out for the Coal Research Board by three colleges, four industrial 
corporations and two coal industry institutions. The subject matter 
under study is in the fields of export market development, domestic 
market development, water pollution abatement, strip mine restoration, 
optimization of mine production, reduction of asli and sulfur content 
in coal, coal combustion characteristics, economics of the coal industry. 



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use of coal refuse products, reduction of mine disaster causes, removal 
of coal float dust, extinguishment of coal refuse bank fires and use of 
coal in removing airport fog. 

There are now under way, four pilot plant projects through which 
technical information developed under previous laboratory projects 
can be applied and field tested. The first of these projects is a mobile 
acid mine drainage plant, designed and built in 1964, which has been 
used in studying mine drainage at six field locations. This plant has 
sufficient flexibility that new laboratory developments can be tested in 
the field. As economic and technical data are derived from the opera- 
tions of this pilot plant, many unknowns will be resolved. 

The second pilot plant is devoted to the treatment of coal refuse to 
separate combustible from non-combustible values. Arrangements have 
been made to use the non-combustible material to fill underground 
mine voids in the Commonwealth's program for the prevention of 
surface subsidence. The combustible portion will be tested in a nearby 
commercial power plant to ascertain its usability as power plant fuel. 
This pilot plant is also a direct result of theoretical and applied re- 
search sponsored by the Coal Research Board in the past. 

The third pilot plant project consists in pursuing a means of dis- 
posing of acid water that is being discharged into streams. The technical 
and economical feasibility of permanent disposal of contaminated water 
by deep well injection into subterranean zones of mineralized brines is 
being studied. To date a deep disposal test well is being drilled by a 
major steel company under the direction of engineers for the Penn- 
sylvania State University, and results are expected on this process by 
the Spring of 1966. 

PILOT PLANTS NOW IN OPERATION 

The fourth pilot plant that is being tested is one for converting mine 
drainage, through flash-distillation, into ultra high quality drinking 
or industrial water. Distillation of acid mine drainage water has many 
potential benefits to the localities where streams are now polluted. 
Data are needed, however, to establish the market value of distilled 
water as well as other potential by-products in these communities in 
order to establish the relative overall cost comparison of distillation 
to lime neutralization. 

The Board is now carrying on six projects, either begun in 1965 or 
being finished from previous years, which are related to coal market 
development. They are as follows: (1) The economic and technological 
study of domestic markets for Pennsylvania anthracite: I 2) The dissipa- 
tion and removal of fog from airports by the application of fine anthra- 
cite; (3) Airport fog dispersal by the heat blitz method; (4) The 
study of high moisture pulverized coal flames; (5) The economic im- 
portance of the coal industry to Pennsylvania; and (6) An economic 
and technological study of European markets for Pennsylvania anthra- 
cite. 

Another well received activity sponsored by the Board, bv which it 
is hoped to increase mine safety, was that of several five day "short 
courses" at the Pennsylvania State University on the study of Rock 



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Mechanics as a basis for strata control. Mine inspectors and repre- 
sentatives of industry from both anthracite and bituminous coal fields 
attended these courses and learned of the latest technology. Greater 
"know-how" by these newly trained men should be reflected in im- 
proved roof control, improved safety and over-all better protection 
against cave-ins. 

The projects being carried on by the Board to improve mine safety 
are: (1) an investigation of effective measures to combat mine dis- 
asters; and (2) an investigation of methods for control of float dust 
in coal mines. 

Projects now being carried on for the purpose of reducing mining 
costs are in the fields of (1) strip mining and land restoration; (2) 
optimization of mine production systems for low cost mining. 

One project is being carried on to improve the quality of coal by 
the reduction of ash and sulfur in bituminous coals during preparation. 

Projects to treat refuse banks and refuse material are as follows: 
(1) The characteristics and preparation of anthracite breaker refuse 
and the suitability of derived products for industrial use; and (2) A 
pilot plant for treatment of culm bank material. 

In addition to the mine drainage pilot plant previously mentioned, 
nine projects have been funded by the Coal Research Board in seeking 
solutions to the acid mine drainage problem. It is worthy to note 
that during the calendar years 1964 and 1965 the coal industry con- 
tributed $111,325 to aid research seeking solutions to the acid mine 
drainage problem. This is the first time that industry has joined with 
the State Government in a mutually beneficial endeavor aimed at 
solving this common problem of mine drainage. 

MINE DRAINACE RESEARCH PROJECTS 

Acid mine drainage research is being carried on through the follow- 
ing projects: 

(1) An investigation of the technical aspects in the control and 
disposal of mine water to minimize stream pollution. 

(2) The control of mine stream pollution by removal of the im- 
purities from drainage streams. 

(3) A bibliography on acid mine drainage. 

(4) An investigation on the extraction of iron in acid mine drain- 
age waters. 

(5) The elimination of pollution in mine drainage. 

(6) The design, fabrication, and operation of a mobile demon- 
stration plant for the treatment of acid mine drainage. 

(7) A feasibility study of the application of a flash distillation 
process for treatment of acid mine drainage water. 

(8) Removal of acid from mine drainage by ion retardation. 



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(9) The effect of acid mine drainage from strip mines on the 
ground reservoir under various hydrogeologic environments 
within the Mercer Quadrangle, Pennsylvania, and the mutation 
of water as it moves through the ground water reservoir. 

(10) Control of water quality in coal preparation plant effluent. 

(11) Pumping acid mine water from the West Branch of the Sus- 
quehanna River into an abandoned mine to improve alkalinity 
content. 

Up to the present time, 53 technical reports have been prepared con- 
cerning many of the individual projects that have been conducted by 
the Coal Research Board. A great quantity of information not previ- 
ously known has been recorded. These records have been distributed 
to the coal industry, agencies, libraries, and scientifically-minded in- 
dividuals. It is believed that the availability and the use of this 
material have been of direct assistance in making possible some of 
the recent developments in the use of coal. 

In order to plan for future research, the Board has solicited sug- 
gestions for research areas and specific problems from the coal indus- 
try and labor, and it has compiled a list of areas in which Board 
members think that research may prove useful. Compilation of problem 
areas was prepared, then distributed to research agencies of known 
ability, with facilities for undertaking coal research. Proposals were 
solicited for projects aimed at correcting or gaining information on 
the problem or problems presented. The Board continuously evaluates 
these proposals in the light of the long- and short-term needs of the 
coal industry, and grants contracts as funds permit. 

The Pennsylvania coal industry today is faced with the task of 
doing in a short time research that ought to have been undertaken 
many years ago. It is reasonable to believe that if an adequate re- 
search effort had been made in the past many of today's problems 
would not exist. A coal research program, broad in scope and extend- 
ing into the future, should contribute greatly toward opening the 
doors to vast and valuable mineral reserves remaining in Pennsylvania. 



Mine Refuse Bank Fires 

Under a program authorized by Art 3A of the General Assembly, 
approved March 3, 1964. supplemented by Act 25A. approved July 9, 
196S. the Department was authorized to use money specifically for 
the purpose of extinguishing, curtailing, and preventing the spread 
of mine refuse bank fires. (These funds were not intended to be used 
to extinguish large bank fires because methods to do this are not 
known.) Of these funds, the sum of $53,500 has been used to do 
experimental work on the Huber bank, particularly in Ashley Borough. 
The Department is endeavoring to make arrangements with the Fed- 
eral Department of Health. Education and Welfare to continue this 
experimental project with that Department. Under the proposed ar- 



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rangement the Commonwealth would provide $71,500 and the Federal 
Government, three times that amount. 

In 1965 plans were under way for a project to extinguish fire in the 
abandoned Baker bank in the City of Scranton. In this project, five 
horizontal boreholes are to be drilled in a section of the bank beginning 
at its southern end. There will be one borehole for every thirty-foot 
section of the bank. A charge of dynamite in each hole will be exploded 
to blow southward the material forming that thirty-foot section. Heavy 
streams of water pumped from the Lackawanna River then will be 
pumped onto the material which had been blasted, in order to extinguish 
the fire. State funds in the amount of S32.000 have been allocated 
for this work. If the experiment is successful, it will lead to a larger 
project. 

Eleven much smaller bank fire projects, each costing up to approxi- 
mately $15,000. were conducted in 1965. Of five in the bituminous 
area, two were in Elk County, two in Allegheny County, and one in 
Fayette County. Of six in the anthracite area, three were in Lackawanna 
Countv and three in Luzerne Countv. 



Abandoned Coal Mine Services 

The abandoned coal mine services are basically for the purpose of 
correcting conditions caused by early mining operations that are 
detrimental to public welfare. During 1965 the authoritv to carry out 
these services was enlarged and it now reads as follows: "To seal or 
close or backfill abandoned deep or strip coal mines, to fill voids in 
abandoned coal mines, to drill bore holes, dig ditches or construct 
flumes which would relieve flooding or hazardous conditions caused 
by mine water, and to extinguish fires in abandoned coal mines and 
in culm banks, in those instances where such work is in the interest 
of the public welfare." 

During the last year the Department conducted 41 projects under 
this program, using State funds only. Of these projects, 30 were 
conducted in eight counties in the bituminous coal area of the Com- 
monwealth and 11 projects in seven counties in the anthracite area. 
In addition, five contract projects were conducted using equallv matched 
State and Federal funds: these projects were limited to extinguishing 
mine fires. Their locations are: Blairsville Borough and Burrell Town- 
ship, Indiana County: Kennedy Township. Allegheny County: Jefferson 
Borough. Allegheny County: Monroeville Borough. Allegheny County: 
Penn Hills Township, Allegheny County. The joint State-Federal proj- 
ect at Blairsville was a continuation of the work previouslv done solely 
at State expense. 

During 1965. special emphasis wa> placed on sealing abandoned 
deep mine openings and extinguishmenl of fires in abandoned coal 
mines insofar as the services provided under this program were con- 
cerned. 



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Bituminous Division 

In the Bituminous Division, with headquarters in Ebensburg, during 
1965 accomplishments included the following: 1,637 safety inspections 
were made in deep mines; 1,341 U. S. Bureau of Mines safety inspection 
reports were submitted for review and reinspection ; 88 gassy mines 
were inspected. (The electrical inspectors are required to accompany 
mine inspectors on all A.C. installations, all other electrical installa- 
tions and equipment installation.) Inspectors made investigations of 
95 different electrical installations of various types. Included also 
were 38 investigations of gas ignitions and of fires in active mines and 
other incidents. Six dust studies were made. 

Appointed Commissions of Bituminous Mine Inspectors conducted 
investigations and submitted recommendations on proposed erection 
of public buildings, mine ventilation problems, longwall mining in- 
stallations, belt installations, unsafe working conditions, alleged viola- 
tions of the mining law, dust conditions and unsafe practices as 
reported by the U.M.W. of A. A Commission is now investigating 
installation of coal silos. 

Inspectors investigated 29 fatal accidents, 65 nonfatal roof fall 
accidents, and seven natural deaths which occurred inside the mines. 

The 1965 Mine Officials' Examination w^s passed by 270 men who 
now have been certified as mine officials. 

The bituminous mine inspectors and electrical inspectors examina- 
tions were held in Pittsburgh, and 13 men successfully passed these 
examinations. 

Bituminous field investigators made 1,366 waste disposal investiga- 
tions and inspections. 

Relative to the Mine Subsidence Insurance Fund, 578 new applica- 
tions were investigated and reports processed, and 238 renewals were 
reviewed and reports made thereon. 

Department personnel attended nine Highway Mining Commission 
hearings. 

In the field of first aid and mine rescue, 51 classes of first aid train- 
ing were held, 2,245 men were trained and certificates were issued 
to them; 47 classes of mine rescue training were held, 279 men were 
trained and certificates were issued to them; three sectional first aid 
meets, one state first aid meet, one state mine rescue meet, and one 
national first aid and mine rescue meet were held. 

The mine inspectors are required to serve on committees and to 
attend the meets. 

During the year 14 emergency trips with mine rescue trucks were 
made to ignitions and mine fires. 

Rescue and first aid employees took 340 air samples. 



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Bituminous Strip Mine Reclamation 

The primary accomplishment of the Department's Bituminous Bureau 
of Conservation and Reclamation has been obtaining and retaining 
the cooperation of the industry for compliance with the Bituminous 
Coal Open Pit Mining Conservation Act. 

The reorganization of the mine inspection staff, and the assigning 
of separate inspectors to the inspection of bituminous strip mines, has 
made strip mine inspection the primary task of the men assigned to 
that work. Under previous procedure strip mine inspection was sec- 
ondary to the inspection of deep mines. 

The publishing of a Bituminous Coal Open Pit Operators Manual 
has been of great value to the representatives of the open pit mining 
industry and has eliminated much confusion in applying for the neces- 
sary open pit mining licenses and permits. 

A system of having reinspection reports submitted to the Central 
Office has brought about uniform inspection and enforcement policies 
and has eliminated the previous procedure of having separate enforce- 
ment standards in individual mine inspection districts. 

Strict enforcement of the provisions of the mining laws has accom- 
plished the full intent of those laws. 

Adequate training of field personnel has placed those officials in 
position to offer suggestions to mine operators for correcting and/or 
preventing violations. This policy, widely accepted by the industry, 
has brought about prompt correction of minor violations which could 
have caused major violations. 

Strict enforcement of the requirements for bonding has enabled the 
Department to initiate a system of prompt release of bonds. 

Co-operation with representatives of other States, including explana- 
tion of the requirements of Pennsylvania's law and reports of the 
accomplishments under that law. has tended to upgrade open pit mining 
legislation in other states. That has helped eliminate unfavorable com- 
petitive balances between states. 

Through these accomplishments the Department has helped improve 
the public image of the open pit mining industry. A good start has 
been made toward convincing the public that mining can be accom- 
plished, with proper conservation measures, without deterioration of 
land values and pollution of water. 

Anthracite Division 

The Anthracite Division, with headquarters in Pottsville, compiled 
the following record of productive effort during 1065: 

There were 3,436 separate deep mine inspections, during which L01 
mines or sections of mine- were stopped for safer) reasons; also 866 
separate strip mine inspection-, during which 11 operations were 
stopped for safety or other reasons. In addition, preparation plant 
inspections, culm bank recoverv inspection-, and electrical inspections 



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of deep and strip mine operations resulted in many corrective recom- 
mendations. With a total of 5,092 complete inspections during the 
year, by 22 inspectors, the average per inspector was almost 231. 

A total of 956 inspections of waste disposal areas were conducted 
by inspectors. As a result of these inspections four disposal permits 
were revoked and two prosecutions were made. 

In the field of employee safety the Department's anthracite inspectors 
trained 1,156 men in 107 mines in the detection of explosive gases 
and the care and use of the flame safety lamp; also 551 men in rudi- 
mentary First Aid, and 52 in a full scale Mine Rescue training course. 
In the Anthracite Division the safety record for the year shows eight 
fatal accidents as compared to 24 for the same period in 1964. Per- 
taining to the health of miners, 79 individual dust studies were made 
in 1965. 

OUTSTANDING ACHIEVEMENTS BY INSPECTORS 

There were two outstanding achievements by the inspection force: 
19 separate culm bank and refuse fires discovered and extinguished 
under the leadership of the inspectors at no cost to the Commonwealth; 
24 chapters of the Holmes Safety Council organized in areas where 
for years other agencies have been unsuccessful. 

A rapidly expanding function of the Anthracite Division is strip 
mine blasting control. Department personnel regulated and monitored 
8,899 blasts having a total of 20,816 blast holes. The Department 
actively regulates blasting in Carbondale, Plains Township, (Luzerne 
County ) , Wilkes-Barre. Plymouth, Warrior Run, Wanamie, Coaldale, 
Lansford, Nesquehoning, Shenandoah, Saint Clair, and Wadesville. 

Under the Abandoned Mine Services Program, engineers in the 
Anthracite Division made studies of 25 proposed projects, initiated 
nine, and completed six. The engineers also serviced 27 mine sub- 
sidence insurance applications and eight safety zone applications. 

The Division made 14 water supply studies to aid municipalities 
and industries such as the Schuylkill County Municipal Authority and 
the Schuylkill River Headwaters in regard to augmenting the flow for 
the City of Philadelphia and the City of Lebanon Water Authority. 

Two major projects under study are the Kehley Run Mine Fire at 
Shenandoah and the Mount Carmel Mine Fire at each of which ex- 
tensive exploratory drilling programs are underway. 

In the field of restoration, State-owned equipment has replaced 
1,417,150 cubic yards of earth in long-abandoned strip mines on public 
land, restoring to use 121 acres. Outstanding examples are the State 
Came Lands at Cold Mine in Lebanon County, a project which has 
additional value in improving the quality of the water to the City 
of Lebanon watershed, the Mahanoy City project on lands owned by 
the School District, and the Minersville and Kulpmont playground 
areas owned by the borough councils. 

Forestry activity included the planting of 845,880 trees on restored 
strip mine lands. 



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The Department, using State-owned equipment, totally eliminated 
two culm bank fires, one at Saint Clair, the other in Schuylkill Town- 
ship near the Borough of Palo Alto, each in Schuylkill County. Each 
of these fires would have developed into a major problem if allowed 
to continue. 

In May, 1965, four mine inspectors were relieved of deep mine duties 
and assigned the sole duty of enforcing the Strip Mine Act. This 
change has produced the desired effect — better law enforcement because 
of better coverage without any increase in personnel or cost. 

Anthracite Strip Mine Restoration 

The Bureau of Anthracite Conservation and Reclamation, established 
under the terms of an Act of the General Assembly numbered 393 
(P. L. 781), began functioning on November 11, 1963 when the amend- 
ment to the Anthracite Strip Mining Law became effective. Its duty 
is to administer all the laws of the Commonweatlh governing and 
relating to the mining of anthracite by the open pit or strip mining 
method. 

Regulations of strip mining require operators to be licensed, to pay 
license fees, and to obtain permits before engaging in the excavation 
of overburden or the removal of coal. In 1965, the number of licensed 
operators was 90 compared with 99 in 1964. The number of permits 
issued to licensed strip mining operators increased from 271 in 1964 
to 347 in 1965. The increase in the number of permits issued, in spite 
of the decrease in the number of licensed operators and in the number 
of active open pits, was due to a requirement for the renewal of a 
permit at the end of every year of operation, combined with closer 
supervision, which confined strip mining operations to permitted areas 
of land. 

A land Restoration Board was created under the same 1963 legis- 
lation. Its members are: the Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries, 
who is the Chairman, a registered professional engineer, a conser- 
vationist, a representative of the anthracite industry, and the Deputy 
Secretary of Mines and Mineral Industries for the Anthracite Region. 
The chief function of the Board is to review the plans of mining and 
restoration proposed by operators for stripping pits in excess of 100 
feet in depth, which will be located more than 100 feet from a public 
highway and more than 250 feet from a dwelling house, public build- 
ing or commercial or institutional building. For those approved, the 
amount of final backfill required is determined by the Board and is 
made a condition of the permit; the operator must backfill to the 
extent specified. 

During 1965, 57 per cent of the permits granted were for stripping 
areas in the category of more than LOO feet; in 1061. 37 per cent. 
For original permits issued, the figures arc reversed from 38 per cent 
in 1964 to 12 percent in 1965. This was due mainly t<> the fact that 
the shallower stripping pits, less than 100 feet in depth, involved 
smaller areas of land. During the tWO-year period the Land Restoration 



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Board approved only three of a total of 101 original permits for 
alternate plans of restoration while others required replacement of 
all overburden in stripping pits. 

Strip mining operators are required to file bonds with the Depart- 
ment to cover the obligations of backfilling and leveling or grading, 
together with planting the land areas affected by the open pit mining. 
During the two years of compliance with the 1963 Act, operators filed 
nearly $2,000,000 with proposals to strip mine 2,072 acres of land. 
One of the outstanding accomplishments of 1965, through education 
and enforcement, was the elimination of the practice by operators of 
strip mining areas of land in excess of bond. No instances of this kind 
occurred in 1965. 

During the two-year period under the Anthracite Strip Mining and 
Conservation Act 133, completion reports were filed and processed 
showing a total of 648.74 acres of land restored to original contour 
or to an improved contour over that existing at the beginning of the 
strip mining. A large percentage of anthracite open pit work consists 
in extending old stripping pits to greater depths and in almost all 
cases the area of land restored exceeds the amount affected by the new 
stripping. The final phase of restorations consists in planting the land 
affected by strip mining. The operator may either do this work him- 
self or pay a prescribed fee to the Department on a per acre basis in 
order to be relieved of this obligation. During 1965 the amount of 
money received from operators for planting was $24,449 compared 
with $10,951 for 1964. During 1965 also 30,000 trees were planted by 
operators and 93,700 by the Department, all on land stripped and 
backfilled under the 1963 legislation. For the acreages of land restored, 
more than $650,000 of bond has been released to operators during 
the two years of operating under the Anthracite Strip Mining and 
Conservation Act. 

Oil and Gas Division 

Because the function of the Oil and Gas Division of the Department 
is limited by law to the implementation of regulatory practices, accom- 
plishments then must be defined as activities. The statistical report 
which follows is an exact report for the first eleven months of 1965. 
For the month of December, however, statistics were estimated. 

The number of drilling permits issued in coal areas was 377; in 
non-coal areas, 26; total, 403. Drilling permits issued in coal areas 
pertinent to the Oil and Gas Conservation Act, 20; in non-coal areas 
pertinent to the Oil and Gas Conservation Art, 26: total, 46. Wells 
reported drilled in non-eoal areas. 653; total wells reported drilled for 
the year. 968. Wells reported plugged and abandoned. 267. Pillar 
Permits issued, 145. 

The total number of wells reported drilled is approximately 11 per- 
cent less than was reported for the year 1964. The year 1965 was 
the second most active since the organization of the Division. During 
1965 activities were reported in 32 counties. There has been activity 
in 44 of Pennsylvania's 67 counties since the effective date of the Act, 



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February 1, 1956. As to underground gas storage wells, Pennsylvania 
continues to lead the nation in underground gas storage capacity which 
is 660 billion cubic feet. Of the 73 storage reservoirs in Pennsylvania, 
60 are active, four abandoned, five are being depleted, and four are 
in the planning stage. There are sixteen of the storage reservoirs within 
10,000 linear feet of operating coal mines. This means that these 16 
reservoirs are under complete jurisdiction of the Division. Gas is 
being stored in 113 individual pools. By way of explaining this figure, 
some of the storage reservoirs are storing gas in more than one geo- 
logical horizon. 

Inspector activities were as follows: 

1. During 1965 the number of inspections made was 3,597. These 
included investigations of drilling, casing, and plugging opera- 
tions as well as periodical inspections of storage areas. 

2. The Inspectors held 338 consultations during the year. These 
consultations were between the Department's Inspectors and man- 
agement representatives of the oil and/or gas companies. 

3. There were made 207 special investigations including plugging 
operations for the following: Kinzua Dam, Moraine State Park, 
Keystone Power Associates, and various State Highway construc- 
tion projects. These investigations were concerned not merely 
with inspection trips, but rather with preparation of plugging 
and/or casing specifications to an alternate method as permitted 
by the Act. 

4. There were made 67 individual complaints pertaining primarily 
to alleged water contamination. Most of these complaints were 
amicably settled even though in most instances the Department 
had no jurisdiction. Also investigated and reported in this 
category were all accidents of which officials of the Department 
had knowledge. Recommendations were made orally to the 
affected operators; and it is believed that, even without legisla- 
tion, some progress relevant to safer operations was made. 

5. There were 15 informal conferences held by individual inspectors. 
These conferences were held by the District Inspector in an 
attempt to settle disputes without aggravation. Since only three 
of these informal conferences were carried on to formal con- 
ferences in the Pittsburgh Office, it is believed that here, too, 
some progress has been made. 

In July, 1965 the seventh Inspector for the Division was appointed. 

The Department is continuing to furnish the Geological Surve) with 
all well information. Since the passage of the Oil and Gas Conservation 
Act in 1961, the Geological Survey has not received information di- 
rectly from the operators, except that which may hv forwarded willingly. 



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The Geological Survey, in the compilation of its reports, is dependent 
upon the Department for statistical information. 

The first well intended primarily as a test well for the storage of 
acid mine drainage was drilled by the Bethlehem Mines Corporation. 

If this project is successful an entirely new area of drilling will be 
promoted in the bituminous coal areas of Pennsylvania. One well in 
Beaver County and two in Erie County are being used satisfactorily 
for the storage of industrial wastes. Because the Act provides for the 
underground storage of liquids, as well as gas, this activity comes 
within the jurisdiction of the Department. 

Activity was quiet in so far as spacing and integration orders were 
concerned during the year. The members of the Commission believe 
that the Act has served its intended purpose, in that the drilling of 
wells coming within the purview of the Act, has been carried on in 
more orderly fashion and a wider acreage arrangement. 



Coal Mine Subsidence Fund 

The major accomplishments of the Anthracite and Bituminous Coal 
Mine Subsidence Fund were effected because of Act 177, signed by 
Governor Scranton August 10, 1965. Under that Act the Board em- 
powered the Fund to reduce the premiums on subsidence insurance an 
average of 20 percent in response to popular demand. That legislation 
also permitted the Fund to extend the policy period to two or three 
years. For the period August 10 to December 31, 1965, a total of 
101 policies have been sold on this extended basis, 24 for a two-year 
period and 77 for a three-year period. 

In addition, Act 177 permits interest on investments to be applied 
to administrative expenses. Because of this latter provision, the Fund 
showed an excess of premiums plus interest over administrative expenses 
in the amount of $28,720.93 for the twelve months ended December 31, 
1965. The administrative expenses for the period January 1, 1965 to 
December 31, 1965, were $107,776.95, or $12,163.23 less than for 
the entire calendar year of 1964. 

The number of policies written for the twelve months ended Decem- 
ber 31 was 592, compared with 755 for a similar period of 1964. This 
decrease is the result of applicants' waiting from March, 1965 to 
August 10, 1965 when the Board's anticipated authorization of rate 
reductions became effective. More than 2,149 policies have been written 
since the inception of the Fund. The present renewal rate is 85 percent. 
Payments per claim have been reduced from a total of $55,268.66 
($5,526.86 average claim) for 10 claims paid in 1964 to $57,327.79 
($2,729.89 average claim) for 21 claims paid in 1965. 

The most significant accomplishment is the fact that the Fund met 
that provision of the Act which requires administrative expenses to 
be paid from premiums collected and interest on securities. 



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Appalachia Program 

The Mining Area Restoration Sector of the Appalachia Program 
derives from Section 205 of the Appalachian Regional Development 
Act of 1965. 

The Department prepared a total of 22 project requests and forwarded 
them to the Secretary of Commerce, Pennsylvania's member of the 
Appalachian Regional Commission, for presentation to that Commis- 
sion. The Department has received no direct notification of approval 
of any projects. It has been unofficially advised that fifteen projects 
have been approved and that on two projects action has been deferred. 

The Appalachian Regional Commission, like the states, has had to 
evolve forms and procedures in accordance with the act for handling 
project requests. In the field of Mining Area Restoration projects, 
Pennsylvania was the pioneer. 

The Appalachian Regional Commission, from the start, has stressed 
data on social and economic justification of projects: and the broad 
aspects of social and economic justifications have been covered by 
information furnished by the State Planning Board. Local aspects and 
descriptive information relating to individual projects has been pre- 
pared by the Department. 

Since the Department's latest transmittal to the Secretary of Com- 
merce it has received three additional bituminous mine fire project 
requests. At the close of 1965 an additional anthracite mine fire project 
request was being investigated. 

From the Scranton and Wilkes-Barre areas the Department has re- 
ceived strip mine reclamation requests which will require use of the 
revolving fund of Act 117. In process also are two bituminous strip 
mine reclamation project requests for State Game Lands. These will 
be ready for transmittal to the Secretary of Commerce early in 1966. 

Data are being assembled for transmittal to the U. S. Bureau of 
Mines as directed by Subsection 205 (c) of the Appalachia Act which 
calls for a report on acreage affected by all surface or strip and surface 
mining. It is not limited to coal. 

The Department has a contract with an engineering firm for mapping 
and design of strip mine reclamation projects. At the beginning, a 
considerable amount of joint investigation by Department engineers 
and Forests and Waters and Game Commission personnel was required 
to establish and confirm state ownership of surface and mineral in 
order that money would not be spent for mapping areas that the 
Commonwealth has no authority to restore. 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE DIVISION 



EXECUTIVE OFFICE 



H. B. Charmbury 
Secretary 

Home: 


Towne House Apts. 

660 Boas Street 

222 East Irvin Avenue 


Harrisburg 
State College 


Code 

717 
814 


Phone No. 
787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
237-4726 


Mrs. M. B. Gutshall 
Executive Deputy Secretary 
Home: 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 
2958 Lincoln Street 


Harrisburg 
Camp Hill 


717 

717 


787-4686 
787-4687 
787-4688 
737-9895 


Ralph A. Lambert 
Chief Mining Engineer 

Home: 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 
3330 Highland Street 


Harrisburg 
Allentown 


717 
215 


787-4805 
395-4585 


Gordon E. Smith 
Deputy Secretary 


Motor Contracts Corp. 

Bldg. 
Room 2A - 108 S. Claude 

A. 
Lord Boulevard 
161 Avenue "C" 


Pottsville 


717 


622-1110 


Home: 


Schuylkill Haven 


717 


385-0023 


Leon Ehrlich 

Deputy Attorney General 
Office: 
Home: 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 
146 North Sixth Street 
1429 Dauphin Avenue 


Harrisburg 

Reading 

Wyomissing 


717 
215 
215 


787-5054 
376-1525 
376-5829 


G. A. Kephart 

Mine Safety Coordinator 

Mail: 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 
P. O. Box 482 


Harrisburg 
Clearfield 


717 
814 


787-4761 
765-5471 


C. J. Goetz 
Personnel Supervisor 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


787-5415 


Catherine Miles 
Statistical Supervisor 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


787-4876 


Wilkes-Barre Office 


90 East Union Street 


Wilkes-Barre 


717 


822-9150 




BUREAU OF ENGINEERING 






Roger J. Howell 

Director Home : 


90 East Union Street 
417 W. Atherton Avenue 


Wilkes-Barre 
Taylor 


717 
717 


822-9150 
562-1660 


BUREAU OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT 






David R. Maneval 
Director 

Home: 


Towne House Apts. 
660 Boas Street 
1867 North Oak Lane 


Harrisburg 
State College 


717 
814 


787-5104 
238-0977 



APPALACHIA PROGRAM 



Carl A. Peterson 




Towne House Apts. 






Director 




660 Boas Street 


Harrisburg 


717 




Home: 


153 Maple Avenue 


Hershey 


717 



PUBLIC RELATIONS 



William A. Baker 


Towne House Apts. 






Administrative Officer 


660 Boas Street 


Harrisburg 


717 


Home: 


548 N. Neville St. 


Pittsburgh 


412 



COAL MINE SUBSIDENCE INSURANCE FUND 



Chester Gormley 




Towne House Apts. 






Director 




660 Boas Street 


Harrisburg 


717 




Home: 


3641 Brisban Street 


Harrisburg 


717 



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COAL LANDS IMPROVEMENT FUND 

Paul J. Scholze Towne House Apts. 

Right Of Way Agent 660 Boas Street Harrisburg 717 787-5054 

Home: 206 Elmore Road Pittsburgh 412 240-0550 

BUREAU OF STRIP MINING CONSERVATION AND RECLAMATION 



Wesley I. Stonebraker Motor Contracts Corp. 

Director Bldg., 108 S. Claude A. 

Lord Blvd. Pottsville 

Home: 3117 Yale Avenue Camp Hill 



717 
717 



622-1110 
761-1751 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 

Robert J. Hartman Room 1708 Benedum-Trees 

Secretary Bldg., 223 4th Avenue Pittsburgh 



412 



391-2100 
Ext. 735 



OIL AND GAS DIVISION 

W. Roy Cunningham Room 1205 State Office 

Deputy Secretary Bldg., 300 Liberty Avenue Pittsburgh 

Home: 919 Harlan Avenue Johnstown 



412 
814 



391-2100 

Ext. 733, 734 

299-2812 



Dis- 
trict 

1 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 



Charles C. Songer 
Howard W. Martin 
Chas. E. Baldwin 

Wm. J. Burns, Jr. 
Charles F. Straub 
Richard F. Walther 
Wm. E. Sleeman 



Oil and Gas Inspectors 



100 E. Wayne St., Box 801 

321 N. Eighth Street 

907 Williams St., McJ. 

Acres 

335 N. Barnett Street 

505 Oak St., Box 141 

630 Southview Drive 

R. D. 5 



Warren 


814 


723-7477 


Indiana 


412 


463-0590 


Washington 


412 


222-3295 


Erookville 


814 


849-2445 


Couderoporl 


814 


274-8840 


Pittsburgh 26 


412 


563-3656 


Butler 


412 


287-1210 



Michael Polinko 



Electrical Inspector 
1211 Chestnut Street Kulpmont 



717 



373-9419 



24 



Anthracite Mine Inspectors 





H. R. Reese, Director 




Deep Mine Safety 


1 


T. M. Beaney 


2 


R. 0. Schneider 


3 


J. R. Ruane 


4 


Walter Davis 


10 


W. A. Sanders 


11 


G. F. Kettle 


12 


J. A. Bugel 


13 


W. R. Devens 


15 


A. A. Joyce 


16 


F. C. O'Connor 


17 


C. E. Kashner 


18 


J. J. Shober, Jr. 


19 


A. J. Latz 


20 


G. P. Gallagher 


21 


C. E. Miller 


23 


J. P. Brophy 


24 


A. E. Hand 


26 


P. P. Hino 


28 


Leon Brass 


29 


H. R. Reese 


30 


W. D. Maurer 



R. D. 1, Box 146 

366 Monument Avenue 

216 N. Ninth Street 

928 N. Washington Street 

1900 West End Avenue 

R. D. 2 
1318 Wyoming Avenue 
336 Columbia Avenue 
38 Butler Street 
317 S. Maple Street 
R. D. 2, Box 370 
904 W. Spruce Street 
64 E. Railroad Street 
9 W. Phillips Street 
103 E. Arch Street 

422 W. Third Street 

108 E. Mahanoy Street 
107 S. Walnut Street 
R. D. 1, Box 146 
25 Vaux Avenue 



Elysburg 

Wyoming 

Ashland 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Dalton 

Forty Fort 

Atlas 

Forty Fort 

Mt. Carmel 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Nesquehoning 

Coaldale 

Shamokin 

Muir 

Mt. Carmel 

Hegins 

Mahanoy City 

Mt. Carmel 

Elysburg 

Tremont 



717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 
717 



672-2853 
693-0222 
875-1861 
648-0262 
622-4107 
563-1945 
288-6351 
339-1103 
287-4576 
339-0514 
544-2573 
648-3792 
669-6048 
645-5727 
648-3887 
647-9209 
339-3171 
682-3284 
773-3694 
339-4152 
672-2853 
695-3672 



25 



Sefrvie 




Anthracite strip mine operation in Nesquehoning Borough, Carbon County, when 
active. 



/tf/fc* 




The same area in Nesquehoning Borough after the strip mine operation was 
finished and the land restored. 



26 




"Operation Yellowboy", mobile mine drainage treatment pilot plant, in operation 
as a project for the Coal Research Board. 




Members of the Coal Research Board examining a unit of a pilot plant for the 
treatment of mine drainage by flash distillation at Lester, Pennsylvania. An official 
of the Westinghouse Electric Corporation, at right, is explaining the device to Board 
Members Robert W. Rissinger, H. B. Charmbury (Chairman), Charles G. Zink and 
John Seddon, and, partly concealed by Mr. Zink, Board Secretary David R. Maneval. 



27 



Sefrvie 




Two active anthracite strip mine operations in Foster Township, Schuylkill County, 
shown while the strip mining was in progress. 



rfft&l 




The same area after one operation had been completed and the land restored 
(in foreground). The operation in the background still active. 



28 




Project Engineer and Technician assembling field unit of float dust collection device 
being developed by Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., under sponsorship of the Coal 
Research Board. The unit is being developed for application at underground belt- 
transfer points and on mining machines operating at the working face. 




System employed on Studies on Oxidation of Iron in Mine Drainage at Wilkes 
College. The system is being checked by Dr. Ralph Rozelle, head of the Department 
of Chemistry at the college. The project is sponsored by the Coal Research Board. 



29 




This specially designed emergency cage truck, the only equipment of its kind in 
the world, was used successfully by the Department in the rescue operation at 
Sheppton, near Hazleton, in August, 1963 and in other departmental undertakings. 
Suggestions and ideas of State Mine Inspectors, which were coordinated with those 
of design engineers, were the result of specific emergencies encountered in recovery 
work at shaft mines. 



STATISTICAL 
REPORTS 



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COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE DIVISION 

TOTAL PRODUCTION OF COAL, PRODUCTION FROM STRIPPINGS AND WASHERIES; 

EMPLOYES, FATAL niES, ETC. 

1870 - 1965 















Fatal- 


No. 












Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery Stripping 




tion 


per 


ins- 




production 


production production 


Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* (net 


tons)* EmDloYes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 




# 




V 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1870 


14,172,004 




35,600 


211 


67,166 


14.89 


5 


1871 


15,532,252 




37,488 


210 


73,963 


13.52 


5 


1872 


15,567,973 




44,745 


223 


69,811 


14.32 


5 


1873 


21,001,521 




48,199 


264 


79,551 


12.57 


5 


1874 


19,930,240 




53,402 


231 


86,278 


11.59 


5 


1875 


23,402,646 




69,966 


238 


98,330 


10.17 


6 


1876 


23,440,666 




70,474 


228 


102,810 


9.73 


6 


1877 


24,727,213 




66,842 


194 


127,460 


7.85 


6 


1878 


20,900,966 




63,964 


187 


111,770 


8.95 


6 


1879 


31,036,600 




68,847 


262 


118,460 


8.44 


6 


1880 


27,974,532 




73,373 


202 


138,488 


7.22 


6 


1881 


34,202,558 




76,031 


273 


125,284 


7.98 


7 


1882 


35,057,430 




82,200 


295 


118,839 


8.41 


6 


1883 


37,747,369 




91,421 


323 


116,865 


8.56 


6 


1884 


36,468,738 




101,073 


332 


109,846 


9.10 


6 


1885 


38,232,155 




100,320 


332 


115,157 


8.68 


7 


1886 


38,950,932 




103,044 


279 


139,609 


7.16 


7 


1887 


42,156,300 




106,517 


316 


133,406 


7.50 


7 


1888 


46,635,037 




122,218 


364 


128,118 


7.81 


8 


1889 


43,650,768 




119,646 


397 


109,952 


9.09 


8 


1890 


44,986,286 




119,919 


378 


119,011 


8.40 


7 


1891 


49,701,322 




123,308 


428 


116,125 


8.61 


8 


1892 


51,226,978 




130,300 


418 


122,553 


8.16 


8 


1893 


52,841,110 


i 


138,069 


456 


115,880 


8.63 


8 


1894 


50,966,920 


386,960 


139,939 


446 


114,276 


8.75 


8 


1895 


56,948,756 


386,534 


143,705 


421 


135,270 


7.39 


8 


1896 


53,843,250 


527,809 


150,088 


502 


107,257 


9.32 


8 


1897 


52,581,036 


732,743 


149,557 


423 


124,305 


8.04 


8 


1898 


52,812,675 


697,759 


142,420 


411 


129,498 


7.78 


8 


1899 


60,518,331 


1,055,426 


140,604 


461 


131,276 


7.62 


8 


1900 


57,363,396 


1,818,170 


143,824 


411 


139,570 


7.16 


8 


1901 


67,094,665 


2,009,864 


147,651 


513 


130,789 


7.65 


8 


1902 


41,340,935 


2,965,792 


148,139 


300 


137,803 


7.26 


8 


1903 


75,232,585 


4,119,258 


151,827 


518 


145,237 


6.89 


15 


1904 


73,594,369 


3,440,420 


161,330 


595 


123,688 


8.08 


15 


1905 


78,647,020 


3,897,688 


168,254 


644 


122,123 


8.19 


15 


1906 


72,139,510 


4,880,402 


166,175 


557 


129,514 


7.72 


19 


1907 


86,056,412 


5,630,169 


168,774 


708 


121,549 


8.23 


20 


1908 


83,543,243 


4,635,923 


174,503 


678 


123,220 


8.12 


20 


1909 


80,223,833 


5,206,562 


171,195 


567 


141,488 


7.07 


20 


1910 


83,683,994 


5,412,167 


168,175 


601 


139,241 


7.18 


20 


1911 


90,917,176 


4,555,457 


173,338 


699 


130,067 


7.69 


21 


1912 


84,426,869 


4,317,161 


175,098 


601 


140,477 


7.12 


21 


1913 


91,626,964 


2,934,157 


175,310 


624 


146,838 


6.81 


21 


1914 


91,189,641 


2,702,537 


180,899 


600 


151,983 


6.58 


21 


1915 


89,377,706 


3,418,427 


177,339 


588 


152,003 


6.58 


21 


1916 


87,680,198 


4,432,606 


159,169 


565 


155,186 


6.44 


25 


1917 


100,445,299 


6,408,277 


156,148 


581 


172,883 


5.78 


25 


1918 


99,445,794 


7,246,454 


148,226 


556 


178,859 


5.59 


25 


1919 


87,838,024 


3,616,675 


153,780 


636 


138,110 


7.24 


25 


1920 


89,636,036 


5,435,697 


149,117 


490 


182,931 


5.47 


25 


1921 


90,358,642 


1,842,096 


161,926 


546 


165,492 


6.04 


25 


1922 


53,910,201 


2,525,402 


159,880 


300 


179,701 


5.56 


25 


1923 


92,653,641 


4,212,001 


158,764 


515 


179,910 


5.56 


22 


1924 


87,277,449 


1,141,796 


162,503 


496 


175,963 


5.68 


22 



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Produc- 


ities 


of 




Total 


Washery 


Stripping 






tion- 


per 


ins- 




production 


production 


production 




Fatal- 


per 


million 


pec- 


Year 


(net tons) 


(net tons)* 


(net tons)* 


Employes 


ities 


fatality 


tons 


tors 


1925 


61,334,145 


894,187 




•163,825 


401 


152,953 


6.54 


18 


1926 


83,874,500 


1,365,175 




168,734 


455 


184,340 


5.42 


18 


1927 


79,367,154 


1,841,440 




167,648 


492 


161,315 


6.20 


25 


1928 


74,552,312 


1,614,863 




160,721 


447 


166,784 


6.00 


25 


1929 


72,985,844 


878,599 




153,422 


483 


151,109 


6.62 


25 


1930 


68,776,559 


890,389 




151,171 


444 


154,902 


6.46 


25 


1931 


59,115,387 


1,468,572 


X 


138,400 


384 


153,946 


6.50 


25 


1932 


49,501,511 


1,062,853 


3,545,948 


119,480 


243 


203,710 


4.91 


21 


1933 


49,507,577 


2,090,996 


4,308,811 


102,469 


232 


213,395 


4.69 


21 


1934 


56,798,951 


1,516,393 


4,461,894 


106,251 


260 


218,458 


4.58 


19 


1935 


51,359,111 


1,876,700 


4,962,514 


100,539 


267 


192,256 


5.20 


17 


1936 


54,264,016 


1,411,988 


3,757,678 


99,704 


241 


225,162 


4.44 


16 


1937 


51,700,296 


1,882,026 


5,014,052 


99,117 


212 


243,869 


4.10 


22 


1938 


46,269,511 


2,031,432 


5,080,344 


96,998 


223 


207,487 


4.82 


20 


1939 


51,399,707 


2,347,269 


5,308,049 


93,352 


210 


244,761 


4.09 


24 


1940 


51,526,454 


2,599,280 


6,010,364 


90,790 


182 


283,112 


3.53 


23 


1941 


53,942,177 


3,689,538 


7,855,945 


88,849 


189 


285,408 


3.50 


22 


1942 


57,939,629 


4,045,970 


9,657,307 


83,707 


225 


257,509 


3.88 


22 


1943 


60,511,730 


7,715,860 


8,688,896 


79,369 


218 


277,577 


3.60 


23 


1944 


64,112,589 


10,527,481 


10,925,619 


78,145 


171 


374,927 


2.67 


24 


1945 


55,901,235 


9,454,205 


10,521,174 


76,265 


137 


408,038 


2.45 


23 


1946 


61,978,710 


9,214,678 


12,912,992 


80,556 


169 


366,738 


2.73 


24 


1947 


58,227,985 


7,076,796 


12,691,382 


80,730 


165 


352,897 


2.83 


24 


1948 


59,108,810 


6,735,688 


13,485,837 


80,390 


131 


451,212 


2.22 


26 


1949 


44,710,118 


4,823,144 


11,081,087 


79,209 


92 


485,980 


2.06 


26 


1950 


46,339,255 


4,027,249 


12,291,325 


75,231 


86 


538,829 


1.86 


25 


1951 


42,389,055 


4,843,834 


11,376,379 


70,357 


94 


450,947 


2.22 


25 


1952 


40,067,130 


4,710,495 


11,019,185 


66,438 


92 


435,512 


2.30 


25 


1953 


30,495,391 


3,892,083 


8,883,984 


56,952 


59 


516,871 


1.93 


25 


1954 


26,612,312 


3,055,528 


7,852,186 


44,731 


47 


566,219 


1.76 


24 


1955*« 


25,934,792 


3,618,121 


7,826,029 


37,397 


60 


432,247 


2.31 


20 


1956 


28,175,633 


4,336,168 


8,527,613 


35,029 


54 


521,771 


1.92 


18 


1957 


25,163,466 


4,356,958 


7,831,511 


32,767 


51 


493,401 


2.03 


21 


1958 


20,456,474 


2,711,152 


7,001,422 


26,738 


31 


659,886 


1.52 


20 


1959 


19,670,615 


2,981,696 


7,272,661 


24,112 


46 


427,622 


2.34 


20 


1960 


17,721,113 


3,006,803 


7,138,743 


20,269 


35 


506,318 


1.98 


23 


1961 


16,506,612 


2,418,433 


7,279,371 


16,971 


19 


868,769 


1.15 


23 


1962 


16,496,315 


2,829,421 


6,942,675 


14,704 


26 


634,474 


1.58 


22 


1963 


17,411,202 


2,965,213 


7,552,995 


14,323 


30 


580,373 


1.72 


22 


1964 


16,524,687 


3,013,307 


7,248,900 


13,584 


24 


688,529 


1.45 


22 


1965 


14,229,817 


2,661,189 


5,996,536 


11,839 


8 


1,778,727 


0.56 


21 



Included in total production. 

No accurate record previous to 1870. 

No accurate record previous to 1894. 

No accurate record previous to 1932. 

In 1955 and subsequent years the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of deep mines 

employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in this report. 



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EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS USED IN THIS REPORT 



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6,184 tons 


13 employes, 


124 


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NOTEi The year 1924 was selected as a normal year, in order that comparison might be 
made with the depression years that are a part of this report. 



* Not segregated from Lackawanna County. 

# In 1955, and subsequent years, the production, employes, fatalities, etc., of 
deep mines employing fewer than five (5) persons inside are included in the 
County totals. 



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3 J. R. Ruane 28 - 73 73 - - 936 - 936 

4 Halter Davis 28 - - 51 51 - 555 - 555 

10 N. A. Sanders 50 30 9 - 24 54 13 17 583 - 282 335 1,200 315 

11 G. F. Kettle 7 8- - 6 14 8- 1,235 - 80 152 1,467 1,461 

12 J. A. Bugel 58 50 35 - 4 54 8 42 200 - 14 73 287 177 

13 W. R. Devens 2 9 - 1 10 9 - 945 15 98 1,058 889 

15 A. A. Joyce 43 27 20 16 43 1 26 133 - 149 390 672 77 

16 F. C. O'Connor 44 43 9 - 43 19 24 335 76 411 586 

17 C. £. Kashner 33 44 31 - 1 45 11 33 150 - 5 24 179 191 

18 J. J. Shober, Jr. 77 57 41 - 10 67 8 49 224 - 53 178 455 211 

19 A. J. Latz 74 58 45 - 7 65 11 47 252 - 32 193 477 178 

20 G. P. Gallagher 59 50 43 - 5 55 13 37 177 - 34 44 255 117 

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26 P. P. Hino 65 50 37 14 64 9 41 208 - 110 337 655 131 

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Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Greenwood Stripping Corporation 

Glen Nan Coal Co., Inc. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Gilberton Coal Co. 

Racho, George 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 

Moffat Coal Co., Inc. 

Carbondale Coal Co. 

State Coal Co., Inc. 

Capparell Stripping & Construction Co. , Inc. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Huss, George 

Gangloff Brothers 

Rosini Coal Co. 

V-R Coal Corp. 

Kocher Coal Co. , Leon E. 

Mercury Coal Co. 

Cunningham Coal Co. 

San Mining Co. , Inc. 

Bush Coal Co. 

C. B. M. Coal Co. 

Kerris L Helfrich, Inc. 

Penag Coal Co. 

Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 

Jewell Ridge Coal Co. 

Scranton Excavating Co. 

R. & K. Coal Co. 



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1,461,675 

1,287,293 
762,861 
649,618 
643,678 
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REPORT OF OPERATIONS 

EMPLOYING 

FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 



104 



REPORT COVERING 
MINES EMPLOYING FEWER THAN FIVE PERSONS 















Fatal 












Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


ComDanv 


Countv 


Product! 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 


10 










Fern Hill Coal Co. 


Wayne 




193 


120 


3 


- 


- 


Grzywacz Coal Co. * 


Lackawanna 




488 


139 


4 


- 


- 


K. & S. Coal Co. * 


Lackawanna 




23 


20 


2 


- 


- 


Lemoncelli Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 




552 


156 


3 


- 


- 


Micklick Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 




606 


204 


2 


- 


- 


Pientack Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 




390 


186 


3 


- 


- 


RoMlke Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 




1,409 


234 


3 


- 


- 


Sturgis Coal Co. * 


Lackawanna 




377 


191 


3 


- 


- 


Virby Coal Co. 


Lackawanna 




1.466 


195 


3 


- 


- 



District Total 
NOTEx * Mines abandoned. 



DISTRICT 11 
No Production 



B. & C. Coal Co. 

B. & P. Coal Co. 

Bair Coal Co. 

Blyler Coal Co., Glen 

D. & G. Coal Co. 

F. W. D. Coal Co. 

Garber Coal Co. 

Gonder Coal Co. 

H. 8. D. Coal Co. 

H. & N. Coal Co. 

H. K. H. Coal Co. 

Hornberger Coal Co. 

J. & R. Coal Co. 

K. D. S. Coal Co. 

Lahr Coal Co. 

Lucas Coal Co., Earl 

Lucas Coal Co., William 

M. A. D. Coal Co. 

Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. 

Mauser Coal Co. 

Morgan Coal Co. 

P. & C. Coal Co. 

Rowe Coal Co. 

S. 4 K. Coal Co. 

Salada Coal Co. 

Salic Coal Co. 

Shomper Coal Co. 

No. 6 Vein Slope No.l 
No. 6 Vein Slope No. 2 
Total 

Smeltz Coal Co. 

Stroup Coal Co. 

Trio Coal Co. 

Twin Partnership 

Underkoffler Coal Co. 

Wolfe Coal Co. 

Z. & R. Coal Co. 



Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Schuylkill 

Dauphin 

Dauphin 



DISTRICT 12 



71 

1,000 

319 

492 

100 

100 

810 

832 

2,171 

45 

2,340 

2,500 

2,728 

2,500 

1,920 

1,752 

100 

424 

3,290 

1,764 

790 

500 

528 

4,160 

4,325 

2,880 



6.230 



1,605 
500 
800 
100 
3,000 
1,960 
750 



100 
200 
278 
15 
200 
280 
208 
250 
254 



120 
208 
275 



250 
245 
95 



District Total 



53,386 







DISTRICT 13 




No 


Production 
DISTRICT 15 


AJax Coal Co. 


Luzerne 


160 


Biskupic Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


150 


Chucot Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


19 


Fegley Brothers Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


60 


Fern Glen Mining Co. 


Luzerne 


3,841 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci 


Non-fatals 


ComDanv 


County 


Production 


Worked 


Employes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 15 (Continued) 








Jones Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,240 


236 


4 


_ 


_ 


Kassa Coal Co. 


Carbon 


70C 


60 


** 


- 


- 


L. & F. Mining Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


165 


171 


3 


- 


- 


Marko Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


6,219 


200 


4 


- 


- 


McAdoo Mining Co. 


Carbon 


1,460 


165 


4 


- 


- 


Olman & Co. 


Schuylkill 


906 


237 


3 


- 


- 


Pleasant Hill Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,888 


162 


4 


- 


- 


Shenandoah Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


70 


80 


3 


- 


- 


Souchak Coal Co. 














Buck Mountain Slope 


Schuylkill 


344 


80 


2) 


- 


- 


Gamma Slope 


Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 


66 


20 


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_ 


- 


Total 


410 




2 


_ 


_ 


Souchak Coal Co. 


120 


30 


3 


- 


- 


Styka Brothers Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


220 


95 


2 


- 


- 


The Dutchman Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


60 


20 


3 


- 


- 


Trenton Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


662 


132 


2 


- 


- 


Whytko & Co. 


Schuylkill 

otal 


180 


120 


4 


_ 


_ 


District I 


22,530 


140 


57 


" 


" 



105 



NOTE* ** Mine worked part time by employes of Company's No. 4 Slope 

DISTRICT ]L6 

Anspach & Umbenhauer Co. 
B. B. & F. Coal Co. 
Diamond Coal Co. 
H. & K. Coal Co. 
Herring Coal Co. 
K. & N. Coal Co. 
Renninger & Partners 
Schell Brothers Coal Co. 
Tracy Coal Co. 



Schuylkil] 


5,152 


255 


Schuylkil 


816 


64 


Schuylkil 


250 


200 


Schuylkil] 


948 


260 


Schuylkil 


4,600 


151 


Schuylkil 


4,620 


240 


Schuylkil 


400 


212 


Schuylkil 


1,100 


150 


Schuylkil 


05 


30 



District Total 



DISTRICT 17 



A. & K. Coal Co. 

B. & E. Coal Co. 

Bruno & Peiffer Coal Co. 
Chestnut Coal Co. 

No. 4 Slope 

No. 5 Slope 

Total 
Gem Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Tctal 
Gudelunas Coal Co. 

No. 2 Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Total 
Jade Coal Co. 
Jewell Coal Co. 
Kent Coal Co. 
L. E. T. Coal Co. 
Mace Coal Co. 
Machesic & Crissinger 
Marquette Coal Co. 
Moore Coal Co. 
N. & L. Coal Co. 
Pine Tree Coal Co. 
Raczkowski Coal Co. 
Rebuck Coal Co. 

No. 1 Slope 

No. 2 Slope 

Total 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



1,100 
3,428 
5,510 



700 
1.500 


70 

170 


4 
4 


" 


~ 


2.200 




8 


_ 


_ 


8,500 
7.091 


260 
206 


4 
4 


Z 




15.591 




8 


_ 


_ 


500 
590 


120 
128 


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3 


- 


- 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



950 


108 


2,680 


222 


6,311 


261 


4,570 


308 


791 


40 


3,220 


212 


700 


165 



1,800 

900 



106 



Company 



Reed Mining Co. 
Reidinger Coal Mining Co. 
Rocky Mountain Coal Co. 

No. 2 Slope 

No. 3 Slope 

Total 
Spindel Top Coal Co. 
Springfield Coal Co. 
T. & M. Coal Co. 
Taglieri Coal Co. 
Triple "S" Coal Co. 



Production 



Days 
Worked Employes 



Fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



DISTRICT 17 (Continued) 



4,346 
3,000 



6.000 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 



12,049 
4,551 
2,400 
5,600 



292 
330 
250 

260 



District Total 



91,636 



NOTE* (a) Formerly North Side Coal Co. produced 2,600 tons, 
worked 180 days, same men. 



A. & J. Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Andrews Partnership Schuylkill 

Bear Ridge Coal Co. Schuylkill 

Bernitsky & Stenulis Part. Schuylkill 



Bottom Split Coal Cc. 
Broad Mountain Coal Co. 
Canfield Coal Co. 
Cooper & Co. 
D. & H. Partnership 
D. Y. & N. Coal Co. 
Eagle Hill Coal Co. 
Fegley Brothers Coal Co. 
Frye Brothers Coal Co. 
Gregas Coal Co. 
Holmes Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 
Kochmier Partnership 
Kristoff Coal Co. 
Lauchnor Coal Co. 
M. & N. Coal Co. 
P. & D. Coal Co. 
P. K. & C. Coal Co. 
P. & S. Coal Co. 
Pacine Coal Co. 
Palerino Coal Co. 
Partnership Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



Peach Mountain PartnershipSchuylkill 



Peck Coal Co. 

R. G. & C. Coal Co. 

Renninger Partnership 

Romanosky Partnership 

Sandrock Coal Co. 

Skripnek Coal Co. 
Skripnek Slope 
Skidmore Slope 

Total 

Smith Coal Co. 

T. & L. Coal Co. 

Three "C" Coal Co. 

Three Star Coal Co. 

Tracy Coal Co. 

Tracy Coal Co. 

Williams Partnership 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



District Total 



DISTRICT 18 




400 


90 


640 


80 


1,100 


260 


7,800 


300 


640 


160 


2,810 


280 


1,140 


130 


1,130 a 


180 


1,380 


71 


1,600 


160 


100 


25 


3,684 


216 


1,900 


200 


304 


30 


135 


45 


610 


120 


160 


40 


640 


80 


160 


40 


600 


100 


1,100 


135 


1,040 


125 


1,200 


120 


260 


45 


1,000 


120 


500 


60 


420 


80 


800 


90 


2,440 


240 


1,640 


205 


680 


100 


1,220 


150 



750 



500 


50 


1,200 


150 


2,700 b 


255 


1,000 


120 


4,072 


276 


625 


80 


4.100 


240 



54,180 



(a) 750 tons of coal produced by Adam Cooper Coal Co., 
worked 110 days, same men as Cooper Coal Co. 

(b) 2,000 tons of coal produced by Three Par Coal Co. 
worked 170 days, same men as Three "C M Coal Co. 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


Company 


Countv 


Production 


Worked 


EmDloyes 


dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 19 










Adams Partnership 


Schuylkill 


600 


75 


3 


_ 


_ 


B. H. & L. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


854 


200 


4 


- 


- 


B. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,920 


275 


4 


- 


- 


B. Z. & 0. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


960 


120 


3 


- 


- 


Big Hill Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


688 


86 


4 


- 


- 


Bosack Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


500 


60 


3 


- 


- 


C. & F. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


576 


164 


2 


- 


- 


C. & P. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,194 


166 


2 


- 


- 


Cherkis Partnership 


Schuylkill 


1,700 


170 


3 


- 


- 


D. & K. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


128 


32 


2 


- 


- 


F. & N. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


835 


180 


3 


- 


- 


F. & W. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


485 


78 


2 


- 


- 


G. & B. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


240 


120 


2 


- 


- 


Gormas Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


70 


7 


3 


- 


- 


H. & G. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,216 


240 


4 


- 


- 


Halaburda Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,485 


162 


3 


- 


- 


Horvath Partnership 


Schuylkill 


2,100 


152 


4 


- 


- 


K. & K. Partnership 


Schuylkill 


130 


140 


2 


- 


- 


K. & L. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,060 


178 


4 


- 


- 


K. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,080 


260 


3 


- 


- 


Kopentz Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


700 


80 


3 


- 


- 


Kost Partnership 


Schuylkill 


360 


100 


2 


- 


- 


M. & C. Mining Co. 


Schuylkill 


90 


50 


2 


- 


- 


M. & Z. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


160 


32 


4 


- 


- 


Matz Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


120 


15 


3 


- 


- 


Matz Brothers Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


376 


94 


2 


- 


- 


Montrose Coal Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


560 


45 


3 


- 


- 


Noyalas Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,280 


200 


2 


- 


- 


0. & W. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


40 


15 


3 


- 


- 


P. & H. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


456 


57 


2 


- 


- 


Pitel Partnership 


Schuylkill 


400 


80 


2 


- 


- 


Rekla Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,850 


286 


4 


- 


1 


Rem Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


300 


75 


4 


- 


- 


Rickert Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,000 


300 


3 


- 


- 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


540 


108 


3 


- 


1 


Salem Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


125 


25 


2 


- 


- 


Scheib Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


6,632 


278 


4 


- 


- 


Siminitus Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


816 


122 


4 


- 


- 


Skrobak & Gaul Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


250 


51 


2 


- 


- 


Sorokach Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,008 


251 


3 


- 


- 


Studlack Partnership 


Schuylkill 


900 


190 


2 


- 


- 


Tomalavage Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


50 


21 


2 


- 


- 


Vinskie Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


209 


28 


2 


- 


- 


Vockie Partnership 


Schuylkill 


276 


69 


3 


- 


- 


Woodside Mining Co. 


Schuylkill 


4.230 


25? 


3 


- 


- 



107 



District Total 



A. R. M. Coal Co. 

A. T. & D. Coal Co. 
Amarose Brothers Coal Co. 

B. & B. Coal Co. 
B. & E. Coal Co. 
B. & K. Coal Co. 
B. & S. Coal Co. 
Bator Coal Co. 
D. & N. Coal Co. 

D. K. & M. Coal Co. 

D. R. Z. Coal Co. 

E. & Z. Coal Co. 

F. & L. Coal Co. 
Fago Coal Co. 
Fernandez Coal Co. 
Hepler Coal Co. 

J. & K. Coal Co. 
Koschoff Coal Co. 



DISTRICT 


2( 






Northumberland 




280 a 


.55 


Columbia 




600 


156 


Northumberland 




110 


150 


Northumberland 


4 


,500 


170 


Columbia 




600 


65 


Columbia 




540 b 


30 


Northumberland 




120 


10 


Northumberland 




150 


60 


Northumberland 




680 


68 


Northumberland 


7 


,067 


222 


Northumberland 




200 


40 


Northumberland 




- 


10 


Northumberland 




576 


84 


Northumberland 


1 


,298 


225 


Northumberland 




- 


15 


Columbia 


2 


,000 


60 


Northumberland 


1 


,220 c 


270 


Northumberland 


2 


,716 


209 



108 



Company 



Kovach Coal Co. 
Kurtz Coal Co. 
L. & K. Coal Co. 
Lykens Coal Co. 
Mekosh Coal Co. 
No. 10$ Vein Coal Co. 
0. K. Coal Co. 
0. & M. Coal Co. 
Palmer Coal Co. 
Paul Coal Co. 
Peacock Coal Co. 
Polcovich Coal Co. 
Poponiak Brothers Coal 
Prim Coal Co. 
R. & L. Coal Co. 
Redd Coal Co. 
Rust Coal Co. 
S. & N. Coal Co. 
Scott Coal Co. 
Skidmore Coal Co. 
Stan Coal Co. 
Swamp Coal Co. 
W. S. B. Coal Co. 
Yost Coal Co. 
Zlocki Coal Co. 



Production 



Days 

Worked 



DISTRICT 20 (Continued) 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Columbia 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Columbia 
Co. Northumberland 
Columbia 
Columbia 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Columbia 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Columbia 
Northumberland 



District Total 



100 

275 
3,376 

200 

250 d 

26 

1,600 

1,650 

6,126 

250 

340 

540 
1,230 
3,580 
3,500 

576 

136 

100 
1,280 

100 
360 
1,350 e 
608 
100 



Employes 



50,310 



130 
208 
192 



200 
218 
175 



220 
280 
243 
36 



115 



130 



Fatal 
Acci- 
dents 



Accidents 



NOTEt (a) Formerly Adams Coal Co., produced 180 tons, worked 30 days, same men. 

(b) Formerly Ciocco Coal Co., produced 375 tons, worked 24 days, same men. 

(c) Formerly N. & M. Coal Co., produced 620 tons, worked 110 days, same men. 

(d) Formerly M. & H. Coal Co., produced 250 tons, worked 40 days, same men. 

(e) Formerly Sejuit & Wisniewski Coal Co., produced 1,000 tons, worked 240 days, same men. 







PISTRICT 2J 




Buck Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,500 


120 


Dembinsky Coal Co.,W. 


Schuylkill 


1,970 


197 


F. & A. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,200 


100 


Falls Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,495 


245 


Fay-Mar Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,676 


227 


Haas Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


7,000 


242 


Herring, Harvey & Richard Schuylkill 


4,316 


148 


Herring, Smith & Frew Co, 


, Schuylkill 


80 


15 


Hob Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


60 


20 


Huth Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


600 


150 


K. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


306 


36 


Klinger Coal Co., E. 


Schuylkill 


4,288 


264 


Klinger Coal Co., Leroy 


Schuylkill 


240 


60 


Koperna Coal Co., Paul 


Schuylkill 


100 


34 


Koperna Coal Co., John 


Schuylkill 


2,466 


198 


Koperna Coal Co., Frank 


Schuylkill 


40 


18 


L. S. & F. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


250 


30 


Little Mine Coal 


Schuylkill 


381 


120 


M. 8. W. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


75 


30 


Mansion Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,261 


170 


Mountain Top Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,512 


225 


Reber & Koons Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


40 


15 


Reber & Zimmerman Coal Co. Schuylkill 


672 


168 


Rekla Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,113 


142 


Richland Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


125 


40 


S. S. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,340 


156 


Sapphire Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


100 


20 


Sharp Mountain Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


460 


100 


Stoppi Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


20 


5 


Tokarchek Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,904 


240 


Viola & Pozza Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,800 


240 


Watcher Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


3,600 


223 


Williams Coal Co., Elmer 


Schuylkill 


275 


57 


Z. & D. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


146 


32 



District Total 



Company 



A. & K. Coal Co. 

B. & B. Coal Co. 
B. & B. Coal Co. 
Bojack Coal Co. 
Bridy, Victor 
Chango Coal Co. 
D. & G. Coal Co. 
Else & Son, Charles 
G. & D. Coal Co. 

H. K. & K. Coal Co. 

K. & K. Coal Co. 

K. & S. Coal Co. 

Kopitsky Brothers 

Kozar Coal Co. 

L. & L. Coal Co. 

Skidmore Vein Slope 
No. 8 Vein Slope 
Total 

Lone Pine Coal Co. 

Maple Shade Coal Co. 

Mayton Brothers 

P. & R. Coal Co. 

Primrose Coal Co. 

Ramph Coal Co. 

Redd Coal Co. 

Sanders Coal Co. 

Sapphire Coal Co. 

N. & S. Coal Co. 

Wehry, Paul 

Witkoski Coal Co. 

Yanik Coal Co. 

Zegarski Coal Co. 
No. 10 Vein Slope 
Holmes Vein Slope 



Countv 


Production 


Worked 


DISTRICT 


23 




Northumberland 




_ 


102 


Northumberland 




3,329 


263 


Northumberland 




400 


200 


Northumberland 




800 


160 


Northumberland 




2,600 


225 


Northumberland 




- 


12 


Northumberland 




866 


98 


Northumberland 




2,187 


216 


Northumberland 




1,895 


124 


Northumberland 




1,400 


148 


Northumberland 




1,589 


268 


Northumberland 




- 


120 


Northumberland 




150 


50 


Northumberland 




3,360 


300 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



941 

MS 



District Total 



40,745 



DISTRICT 24 



Clay Coal Co. Northumberland 

Czech Bros. Coal Co. Northumberland 

Dugan Coal Co. Northumberland 

Duke Mining Co. Northumberland 

Four Partners Northumberland 

Grego & Deitz Coal Co. Northumberland 

Kilo Brothers Coal Co. Northumberland 

Lytle Brothers Part. Northumberland 
Lytle, Zimmerman, HenningerNort number land 

Mary Lee Coal Co. Northumberland 

P. & S. Coal Co. Northumberland 

Radzlewicz Bros. Coal Co. Northumberland 

Valley Coal Co. Northumberland 

District Total 



150 

500 

6,032 

220 

4,520 

3,698 

250 
100 
300 
150 
1,752 
250 



Fatal 
Days Acci- Non-fatal 
ves dents Accidents 



109 



4,127 


265 


- 


50 


2,384 


245 


2,702 


285 


349 


129 


2,404 


170 


645 


96 


2,849 


222 


806 


90 


1,152 


140 


280 


78 


1,120 


200 


1,291 


260 



120 
150 

250 



220 
?4 



17,922 



A. t M. Coal Co. 

A. & S. Coal Co. 
Ashland Community Enter. 

B. I D. Coal Co. 
B. & N. Coal Co. 
Beaver Coal Co. 
Big Buck Coal Co. 
Brokenshire & Co. 
Coates Coal Co. 
Dyszel 1 Bros. Coal Co. 
F. R. S. Coal Co. 





DISTRICT 26 




Schuylkill 
Columbia 


195 
1,500 


74 
225 


Schuylkill 
Columbia 


200 


318 

60 


Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Columbia 


4,000 

740 

25 

4,933 


205 
100 
120 
292 
30 


Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 


1,150 
400 


324 

120 



110 













Fatal 










Days 




Acci- 


Non-fatal 


ConiDanv 


Countv 


Production, 


Worked 




dents 


Accidents 






DISTRICT 26 (Continued) 








F. & W. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


970 


103 


3 


_ 


_ 


Forgotsch Bros. 


Schuylkill 


1,060 


309 


2 


_ 


- 


Four Pines Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


1,895 a 


300 


3 


- 


- 


G. & B. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


3,120 


275 


4 


_ 


_ 


G. & F. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


197 


70 


2 


- 


. 


H. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4,114 


277 


3 


- 


- 


Hutira Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


15 


24 


3 


- 


- 


J. & D. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,900 


280 


4 


- 


- 


Jid Coal Mining Co., Inc. 


Schuylkill 


90 


39 


3 


- 


- 


Kluchinsky & Co. 


Schuylkill 


25 


10 


2 


- 


- 


L. Z. D. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


35 


50 


2 


- 


- 


M. & S. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


109 


37 


3 


- 


- 


Markarczyk Bros. Coal Co. 


, Schuylkill 


1,005 


327 


3 


- 


- 


Matrishin Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


420 


159 


3 


- 


- 


Mickey Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


2,960 


208 


4 


- 


- 


Morack Coal Co. 


Columbia 


2,000 


201 


3 


- 


- 


P. & D. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


865 b 


123 


3 


- 


- 


P. & J. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


140 


61 


3 


- 


- 


Packer No. 3 Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


593 


200 


3 


- 


- 


Polcovich Coal Co. 


Columbia 


6,885 


255 


4 


- 


- 


R. & W. Coal Co. 


Columbia 


150 


120 


3 


- 


- 


S. & M. Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


278 


73 


3 


- 


- 


Shen Coal Co. 


Columbia 


2,465 c 


299 


3 


- 


- 


Vinskie Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


- 


28 


2 


- 


- 


Vinskie & Hendricks Coal 


Schuylkill 


50 


24 


2 


1 


- 


Wadleigh Coal Co. 


Schuylkill 


4.937 


252 


4 


- 


1 



District Total 



50,421 



(a) Formerly operated by Moran Coal Co., worked 91 days, 3 men, produced 325 tons. 
Formerly operated by Burma Coal Co. worked 113 days, 4 men, produced 340 tons. 

(b) Formerly operated by D. & H. Coal Co. worked 100 days, 3 men, produced 800 tons. 

(c) Formerly operated by Abrasonis Coal Co. worked 49 days, 3 men, produced 369 tons. 



B. & B. Coal Co. 

B. K. & P. Coal Co. 
Bell Coal Co. 

C. & M. Coal Co. 

D. I J. Coal Co. 
Fetterolf Coal Co. 
Garcia Coal Co. 
Gripp Coal Co. 
Harry's Coal Co. 
K. & M. Coal Co. 

K. W. & J. Coal Co. 

Kerstetter Coal Co. 

Kulpmont Coal Co. 

L. & L. Coal Co. 

L. & M. Coal Co. 

L. & S. Coal Co. 

Lotus Coal Co. 

M. G. & S. Coal Co. 

No. 3 Vein Slope 

No. 4 Vein Slope 

Total 

Mattis Coal Co. 

Nork Coal Co. 

S. & M. Coal Co. 

South Mountain Coal Co. 

Split Vein Coal Co. 

Sun Coal Co. 

No. 1 Vein Slope 

No. 4 Vein Slope 

Total 

Twin Oaks Coal Co. 

W. «. S. Coal Co. 



DISTRICT 28 




Northumberland 


12,800 


260 


Northumberland 


2,130 


282 


Northumberland 


5,087 


246 


Northumberland 


60 


50 


Northumberland 


8,413 


303 


Northumberland 


3,876 


228 


Northumberland 


6,000 


190 


Northumberland 


220 


24 


Northumberland 


2,674 


224 


Northumberland 


60 


60 


Northumberland 


3,855 


240 


Northumberland 


3,840 


192 


Northumberland 


2,233 


201 


Northumberland 


3,347 


226 


Northumberland 


21,856 a 


285 


Northumberland 


1,500 


150 


Northumberland 


3,556 


260 



Northumberland 
Northumberland 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberland 
Northumberl and 

Northumberland 
Northumberland 



500 
2.730 



3,260 
4.500 b 



2,146 

7,500 



110 
235 



1,400 


140 


1,300 


260 


2,542 


166 


5,860 


256 


866 


73 



Cayaat 



Yuhas Coal Co. 
No. 2 Vein Slope 
No. 10 Vein Slope 
Total 



Fatal 

Acci- Non-fatal 

Production Worked Employes dents Accidents 



111 



Days 



DISTRICT 28 (Continued) 



District Total 



100 
100 


65 
90 


3 
3 


~ 


~ 


200 




6 


_ 


_ 


114,311 


198 


115 


- 


3 



(a) Formerly operated by Foura Coal Co., produced 5,225 tons, worked 130 days, 4 men. 

(b) C. & M. Coal Co. formerly operated No. 4 Vein Slope produced 1,948 tons, worked 
120 days, 4 men. 



A-B Coal Mine 

A. & N. Coal Co. 

B. & A. Coal Co. 
B-Y Coal Co. 
Blue Coal 
Bridy Coal Co. 
D. D. Z. Coal Co. 
D. V. N. Coal Co. 
Etzel Coal Co. 
Eureka Coal Co. 

F. & L. Coal Co. 

G. L M. Coal Co. 
Good Hope Coal Co. 
H. & B. Coal Co. 
H. K. Z. Coal Co. 
K. H. K. Coal Co. 
K. & Z. Coal Co. 
Kaleta Coal Co. 
M. & P. Coal Co. 
Motto Partnership 
McBab Coal Co. 
N. & S. Coal Co. 
P. M. P. Coal Co. 
Petrovich Coal Co. 
Pine Line Coal Co. 
Pleasant View Coal Co. 
S. t H. Coal Co. / 
Shady Side Coal Co. 
Soroka & Merena Coal Co. 
Sunnyside Coal Co. 
T. & G. Coal Co. 
T. & H. Coal Co. 
N. & F. Coal Co. 
Warren Coal Co., L. J. 
west Point Coal Co. 
Windsor Coal Co. 

District Total 



DISTRICT 29 




Northumberland 


1,158 


175 


Northumberland 


510 


85 


Northumberland 


125 


35 


Northumberland 


150 


100 


Northumberland 


115 


90 


Northumberland 


500 


175 


Northumberland 


288 


80 


Northumberland 


255 


96 


Northumberland 


500 


90 


Northumberland 


1,200 


100 


Northumberland 


1,266 


265 


Northumberland 


1,572 


131 


Northumberland 


- 


3 


Northumberland 


- 


40 


Northumberland 


753 a 


180 


Northumberland 


3,479 


176 


Northumberland 


1,300 


140 


Northumberland 


3,816 


222 


Northumberland 


300 


70 


Northumberland 


1,800 


180 


Northumberland 


563 


60 


Northumberland 


- 


30 


Northumberland 


150 


23 


Northumberland 


560 


80 


Northumberland 


3,600 


300 


Northumberland 


1,590 


265 


Northumberland 


500 


125 


Northumberland 


972 


59 


Northumberland 


500 


245 


Northumberland 


- 


8 


Northumberland 


75 


60 


Northumberland 


80 


40 


Northumberland 


1,152 


192 


Northumberland 


300 


50 


Northumberland 


890 


196 


Northumberland 


1,070 


262 



NOTEi (a) Formerly H. & S. Coal Co. produced 367 tons, worked 84 days, 2 men. 



PISTtUCT 30 



A. & W. Coal Co. 

B. & H. Coal Co. 
B. 1 K. Coal Co. 
B. K. S. Coal Co. 
Bonawitz Coal Co., Daniel 
Deiter Brothers Coal Co. 
Ely & Brown Coal Co. 
Faust Coal Co., Charles 

Tracy Slope 
Diamond Slope 

Total 
Good Spring Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 



800 
70 
360 
1,050 
220 
600 

5,460 

$.460 



112 



C9"PtY 



Production 



Days 

Worked 



Employes 



Fatal 
Acci- 
dent? 



Non-fatal 
Accidents 



Haldeman Coal Co. 

K. B. M. K. Coal Co. 

Kimmel Brothers Coal Co. 

Knorr Coal Co. 

Knorr & Geist Coal Co. 

Koons Coal Co., Marcus 

Kramnes Coal Co., Frank 

Kroh Coal Co. 

Lehman Coal Co.,Mervin 

Lucas Coal Co. , Jerry 

M. & B. Coal Co. 

M. & N. Coal Co. 

M. B. G. Coal Co. 

R. & F. Coal Co. 

R. I Z. Coal Co. 

Shade Coal Co. 

Stump Coal Co. ,F. B. 

L.V. No. 4 Vein Slope 

Primrose Slope 

Total 
Weihrauch's, Frank 
Z. & B. Coal Co. 



Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 

Schuylkill 
Schuylkill 



DISTRICT 30 (Continued) 



6,000 

915 

1,245 

3,820 

375 

100 

700 

60 

1,440 

3,500 

280 

830 

480 

30 

200 

1,780 



300 
150 
165 
182 



208 
175 



District Total 
Division Total 
NOTEs * No production - installing timber from slope portal through surface wash. 



2,546 
463 


160 
43 


3 
3 


" 


- 


3.019 




6 


- 


_ 


948 
1.850 


242 
185 


1 
3 


" 


" 


37,582 


124 


84 


- 


2 


692,527 


149 


1,337 


2 


6 



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Allegheny 
Armstrong 


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76 


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Clearfield 

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McKean 
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Washington 

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TABLE # 8 



SUMMARY BY COUNTIES AND COMPANIES OF PILLAR PERMITS ISSUED 
JANUARY - DECEMBER, 1965 



Allegheny River Mining Company _4____-_ 4 

Armagh Coal Company, Inc., ____!___ l 

Bethlehem Mines Corporation ___2--9- 11 

Canterbury Coal Company _2------ 2 

Carpentertown Coal & Coke Company _!______ 1 

Cherry Run Fuel Company _!______ l 

Duquesne Light Company ___4____ 4 

Fawn Coal Mines __6_____ 6 

Union Carbide Corporation, The 

Gateway Coal Company ___£____ 6 

Harmar Coal Company 10------- 10 

Harmon Coal Company _]._____- 1 

Jamison Coal Company ______ -3 3 

Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation ___3--2- 5 

Leechburg Mining Company _4__-_-_ 4 

Mathies Coal Company _____-!_ 1 

Pittsburgh Coal Company ______ 16- 16 

Republic Steel Corporation 15--2--1- 18 

Rochester & Pittsburgh Coal Company 7 19 _ - 3 - - - 29 

Tunnelton Mining Company _______1 1 

United Industries Incorporated _____!__ 1 

United States Steel Corporation ___4__3_ 7 

Valley Camp Coal Company, The ___13____ 13 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF !HNES AND ! MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANNUAL REPORT. 1965 



It should be noted that only wells controlled by the Oil 
and Gas Conservation Law of 1961, P. L. 275, effective September 25, 
1961, are included in the following report. 

With respect to the tables showing data taken from com- 
pletion reports filed, it should be observed that statistics for 
permits issued in any one year cannot be considered complete until 
all well records are filed. 

The Commission maintains jurisdiction over the filing of 
well survey logs that may have been, or may be, taken in any well 
drilled under the control of the Conservation Law. The table showing 
the logs filed is to be expected to change, even for a previous 
permit year, as additional logs are filed. 

VJells under Commission Jurisdiction, as shown in the table, 
will increase until such time as the number of productive wells, produced, 
depleted and plugged during any one period shall equal or exceed the 
number of new wells reported to be productive during such period. That 
only five productive wells have been reported as having been produced, 
depleted and plugged, is indication that peak jurisdiction of the 
Commission has not yet been approached. 

The Commission headquarters and offices are located in 
Room 506, Benedum Trees Building, 223 Fourth Avenue, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania 15222. The telephone number is 391-2100, Extension 735. 

Employees consist of the Secretary to the Commission, 
and a secretary. 



137 



138 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPAKHiaiT OF MINES AND MINERAI INDUSTRIES 



ANNUAL REPORT 1965 



Drilling Permits Issued 

Cancelations (as of end 1965) 

Effective Fermi ts 

* Effective date of Oil and Gas Conservation Law 

x Because of decision as to jurisdiction, cancelations and re-issue of a permit, the figures 
previously shown for 1961 have been reduced by 2 Permits, for 1962 by 1 Permit. 



1961 


1962 


1963 


1264 


1965 


TOTAL PERMITS 
SINCE 9/25/61 i 


19 x 


69 x 


94 


98 


46 


326 


x 


4 x 


11 


13 


3 


31 


19 


65 


83 


85 


43 


295 



Completion Report Filing Status 

Reports Received As of End 1964 

During 1965 

Unreported as of End 1965 



P E R M I T S 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 TOTAL 

18 64 82 63 - 227 

1 15 25 41 

1 1 7 18 27 



Well Record Information 



1961 Permits 

1962 Permits 

1963 Permits 

1964 Permits 

1965 Permits 



WILDCAT WELLS 

Gas Dry 
1 11 
8 27 
16 17 
5 25 
3 16 



FIELD WELLS 



37 
41 

3 



TOTAL WELLS 



Gas Dry Gas Dry 

4 2 5 13 

23 7 31 34 



12 53 * 29 
7 46 * 32 
3 6 19 



(*) Includes wells productive of both oil and gas; 1-1963 Permit; 3-1964 Permits. 

Note: Wells having been projected to depths controlled by Oil and Gas Conservation 
Law, and not having reached such formations, together with wells having penetrated 
formations covered by the Conservation Law and found to be unproductive at such 
depths, thence plugged back to produce gas from shallow depths not covered by the 
Law, are considered for Commission purposes to be dry. 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF !!INES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



139 



Veils under Commission Jurisdiction 



Wells Reported Productive 
Dry Wells to be Plugged 
Active Wells Unreported 



1961 




1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 




Permits 


Pe 


rmits 


Permits 


Permits 


Permits 


Total 


5 




31 


53 


46 


6 


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1 




1 


2 


5 


3 


12 


1 




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1 


7 


18 


27 


7 




32 


56 


58 


27 


180 



Less Productive Wells 
Produced and Plugged 



_2 _J _j: _^ _1 
3C 53 58 27 175 



Number of Operators 



By Year 

Cumulative since 9-25-61 
(Effective date of Law) 



1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 


12 


22 


24 


24 


18 


12 


26 


38 


48 


52 



Temperature. Electric and Radioactivity Logs Filed 



Number of Survey Logs Filed 
Number of Wells Surveyed 



1961 


1962 


1963 


1964 


1965 




Permits 


Permits 


Permits 


Permits 


Permits 


Total 


26 


73 


207 


193 


17 


516 


12 


26 


67 


66 


7 


178 



Statement of Income - 1965 

Drilling Permit Fees 
Spacing Order Fees 



46 Permits 0) $25. 0C each $1,150.00 

1 Application at $250.00 250.00 



Total Income 



$1,400.00 



140 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

PRODUCTIVE WELLS BY COUNTY (Excludes wells produced, depleted and plugged) 

1961 1962 1963 1964 1965 

PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS PERMITS 

Armstrong _____ 

Beaver _____ 

Bedford 4 9 6 

Blair _____ 

Bradford _____ 

Cambria 1 

Cameron 2 11 

Carbon _____ 

Center _____ 

Clarion --11- 

Clearfield 1112- 

Clinton _____ 

Crawford - 2 19 30 

Elk 1 2 

Erie _____ 

Fayette 1-111- 

Fulton _____ 

Greene _____ 

Indiana 9 

Jefferson 4 

Juniata - 

Lawrence - 

Lycoming - 

McKean - 

Mercer 1 1 

Monroe _ _ _ _ _ 

Northumberland - 

Potter 5 

Somerset 1 1 

Tioga - 

Warren - 

Wayne - 

Westmoreland -3841 

5 29 50 46 6 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COl MISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF KINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



141 



Permits by County 
(Cancellations Excluded) 



1961 



1962 



1963 



1965 



Armstrong 
Beaver 


_ 


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i 


_ 


1 


Bedford 


- 


5 


10 


11 


3 


Blair 


1 


- 


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1 


Bradford 


1 


- 


2 


- 


- 


Cambria 


- 


2 


- 


- 


2 


Cameron 


3 


H 


1 


2 


1 


Carbon 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Center 


- 


_ 


1 


1 


1 


Clarion 


- 


- 


1 


3 


1 


Clearfield 


2 


6 


4 


A 


1 


Clinton 


- 


1 


_ 


_ 


_ 


Crawford 


- 


2 


25 


u 


6 


Elk 


1 


3 


1 


- 


- 


Erie 


- 


2 


- 


1 


1 


Fayette 


2 


2 


1 


2 


1 


Fulton 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 


Greene 


- 


1 


- 


- 


- 


Indiana 


- 


5 


17 


1 


2 


Jefferson 


_ 


_ 


1 


1 


7 


Juniata 


- 


- 


- 


1 


- 


Lawrence 


- 


- 


- 


1 


1 


Lycoming 


2 


- 


- 


- 


- 


McKean 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


Mercer 


_ 


1 


2 


2 


1 


Monroe 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Northumberland 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


Potter 


1 


8 


1 


1 


1 


Somerset 


1 


3 


1 


1 


1 


Tioga 


2 


1 


- 


- 


1 


Warren 


1 


_ 


1 


1 


2 


Westmoreland 


1 


7 


12 


7 


3 


Wayne 


_z 


_^: 


_z 


_z 


1 


Number of Wells 


J2 


M 


M 


M 


J£ 


Number of Counties 












By Year 


13 


18 


18 


18 


23 


Cumulative 


Ji 


22 


26 


28 


Jl 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION CO! SESSION 
DEPARTMENT OF IUNES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 

The Commissioners serve without compensation other than traveling 
and other necessary expenses. 

The following are members of the Board of Commissioners: 

Honorable H. B. Charmbury 

Department of Mines and Mineral Industries Serving by Statute 

William E. Snee, Chairman* Representing Independent Gas 

Charles P. Duncan, Jr. Vice Chairman* ■ Major Utility Gas 

W. Floyd Clinger * Independent Oil 

Charles E. McGinnis ■ Major Oil 

H. J. Magner n Independent Oil or Gas 

J. R. Wylie, Jr. " Major Non-Utility Gas 

W. Roy Cunningham, Deputy Secretary, Oil and Gas Division, has 
served as a Commissioner having represented Honorable H. B. Charmbury at 
the Commission meetings and hearings when Dr. Charmbury has been unable 
to be present. 

Leon Ehrlich, Deputy Attorney General, has served as legal advisor 
to the Commission and has acted as Hearing Officer in the majority of its 
hearings . 

Robert J. Hartman is Secretary of the Commission 

MEETINGS OF CO!?MISSIONERS 

During 1965 the Board of Commissioners held 10 scheduled meetings 
to consider the administrative affairs of the Commission, conducted one 
public hearing, and held many informal conferences among themselves on 
special problems of the Commission. 



* Elected December 15, 1965, succeeding H. J. Magner, Chairman and 
William E. Snee, Vice Chairman 



OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION CO^'ISSION 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND ?'INERAL INDUSTRIES 



143 



Spacing and Integration Orders 

During 1965, the Commission held one hearing on an application for 
modification of a spacing order. As a result, Spacing Order No. 5-A was entered, 
increasing the area controlled by Spacing Order No. 5, in the !'urrysville area, 
Westmoreland and Allegheny County. 

Areas totaling 23,033 acres are subject to Spacing Order control as of 
the end of 1965. 



NAME OF POOL SPACING SFECIFIC 
COUN TI KS RD ER UNI TS 
DISCOVERY DATE AREA ESTABLISHED 



Five Forks 

Bedford 

6-16-62 


3,105 
acres 


7 units averaging 
448 acres, but two 
wells were drilled 
on each of two units, 
making the average 
345 acres per well 


2500' 


Artemas 
Bedford 
6-29-63 


3,378 
acrea 


12 units averaging 
282 acres 


2500' 


Blairsville 
Westmoreland 
& Indiana 
11-1-62 


6,400 
acres 




3CC0' 


J'urrysville 
Westmoreland 
& Allegheny 
9-19-63 


7,600 
acres 


1 unit 
602 acres 


4000' 


Somerset 
Somerset 
1 -22-64 


2,550 
acres 


4 units averaging 
637 \ acres 


3000' 



HINUTJ?' rarir 

DISTANCE DISTANCE 

BETWEEN FROV UNIT MINIMUM 

WELLS BOUNDARY UNIT 



600' 



65C 



66C 



14C0' 



Specific 

units 

designated 



Specific 

units 

designated 

400 acres 



600 acres 



Specific 

units 

designated 



144 

OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION 
DKPJUTKJWT OF MINES .AND MINERAL INDUS TRIGS 



WILDCAT WELLS - REPORTED PRODUCTIVE 



WES 421 In March, 1965, The Peoples Natural Gas Company completed the 
J. S. Blair Well No. 4, discovery of the Tunnel Pool, about 
two miles northeast of the Blair Pool, Seven Springs Field. 
The well had no production until Chert-Oriskany, 8,197 to 
total depth was fractured when the well blew in with an open 
flow of 11,000,000 cubic feet per day, with a rock pressure 
of 2722 psi in 24. hours. Total depth was 8,440 feet. The 
well prompted the drilling of one well a mile to the northeast, 
which was dry. Another well, a mile and a quarter to the 
southwest was about to be completed at the end of the year. 

JEF 371 Consolidated Gas Supply Corporation completed the Rochester 
and Pittsburgh Coal Company Well No. 2 in June of 1965, the 
well finding gas in the Chert-Oriskany sections at 7,095 to 
7,198 feet. Initial daily open flow was 2,214,000 cubic feet, 
rock pressure 3845 in 31 hours. The well was not fractured. 
The well is two miles north of Punxsutawney. This discovery 
established production in the Elk Run Pool. By the end of 
the year four successful wells were reported drilled in the 
pool. 

WES 438 The Duquesne Pool was discovered in August, 1965, by completion 
Duquesne Gas Company No. 1 Well, of Fox, Coen and Sloan for 
initial daily open flow of 20,000 cubic feet, increasing to 
1,200,000 cubic feet after fracture of Chert-Oriskany at 
7,485, to 7,750 feet. Total depth was 7,800 feet. This 
well is about three and one half miles south of the discovery 
well of the Murrysville Pool drilled by the same operators 
in 1963. 

CB4. 5 George L. Reade No. 1 Well was completed in October, 1965, by 
The Peoples Natural Gas Company for an initial daily open 
flow of 8,245,000 cubic feet, natural, after the well was 
drilled 14 feet into the Oriskany. The well was not fractured. 
Rock pressure was reported to be 3,193 psi after 168 hours. 
Total depth was 7,810. This well established the Rager Mountain 
Pool, about three miles north of Johnstown, with the first 
production from Onondaga-Oriskany horizons in Cambria County. 
At the end of the year unofficial reports indicated that the 
Maud Emma Bole No. 1 Well of T. W. Phillips Gas and Oil 
Company had been completed about two thirds of a mile south- 
west of the discovery for an initial daily open flow of about 
15,000,000 cubic feet 



DIRECTORY 



(Officials of the Department are listed on pages 22, 23, 24.) 



146 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 
DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 



ANTHRACITE DIVISION 
Breakers, Washeries and Preparation Plants 



Dist- 
rict^ 



Preparation Plant 



Company 



Location 



Ace Breaker 

Ace Cleaning Plant 

B. & N. Breaker 

Bar Mac Breaker 

Barry Washery 

Beaver Brook Breaker 

Beaver Brook Fine Coal Plant 

Beechwood Cleaner Plant 

Bel Air Breaker 

Big Buck Breaker 

Black Heath Breaker 

Blaschak Breaker 

Blended Breaker 

Bliss Washery 

Bolands Breaker 

Booth Cleaning Plant 

Brockton Breaker 

Cains Breaker 

Candleton Washery 

Carbon Run Breaker 

D. & D. Breaker 

D. & Z. Breaker 

Diamond Breaker 

Diminick Breaker 

DiRenzo Breaker 

Donaldson Breaker 

Dorrance Breaker 

Eckley Breaker 

Elizabethville Washery 

Emerich Washery 

Englewood Breaker 

Fine Coal Washery 

Forestville Washery 

Franklin Cleaning Plant 

Franklin Hydrotated Breaker 

Gilberton Fine Coal Plant 

Glen Burn Breaker 

Glen Lyon Breaker 

Glenn Worth Breaker 

Glosek Breaker 

Gowen Breaker 

Greenwood Breaker 

Greybosh Breaker 

H. J. & H. Breaker 

Hazleton Shaft Breaker 

Hillside Breaker 

Honeybrook Breaker 

Hoover Breaker 

Huber Breaker 

J. & E. Breaker 

Jeddo No. 7 Breaker 

Joliett Realty Breaker * 

K. & D. Breaker 

K. M. & F. Breaker 

K. 8. P. Breaker 

Kassa Breaker 

Keffers Breaker 

Kerrigan Breaker 

Koch's Breaker 

Kocher Breaker 

Kowalchick Breaker 

Legal Breaker 

Leonard Breaker 



Inc. 



Inc. 



Ace Coal Co. 

Ace Anthracite, Inc. 

B. & N. Coal Co. 

Bar Mac Coal Co. , Inc. 

Mosolino Contracting Co. 

Beaver Brook Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Reading Anthracite Co. 

Bel Air Coal Co. 

Big Buck Coal Co. 

Phoenix Contracting Co. 

Blaschak Coal Co. 

Blended Coal Co. 

Bliss & Son, Inc. , R. T. 

DeAngelis, Inc. 

E. & B. Coal Sales 

Brockton Black Beauty Coal Co. 

Cains Coal Co. 

Coleby Coal Co. , 

Rosini Coal Co. 

D. & D. Coal Co. 

D. fi. Z. Coal Co. 

Diamond Coal Co. , 

Diminick Coal Sales 

DiRenzo Coal Co. 

Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Buckley Coal Corp. 

Elizabethville Coal Co. 

Emerich, William G. 

Englewood Coal Co. 

Ginther Coal Co. 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Franklin Coal Co. 

Gilberton Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Susquehanna Coal Co. 

Glenn Worth Coal Co. 

Glosek Brothers Coal Sales 

Gowen Coal Co. 

Greenwood Mining Co. 

Greybosh Coal Co. 

H. J. & H. Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 

Hegins Mining Co. 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. 

Hoover Mining Co. 

Glen Alden Corp. 

J. & E. Coal Co. 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 

Joliett Realty Co. 

K. & D. Coal Co. 

K. M. & F. Coal Service 

K. & P. Coal Co. 

Kassa Coal Co. 

Keffers Coal Co. 

Kerrigan Coal Co. 

Koch's Coal Co. 

Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. 

Kowalchick, Michael 

Legal Coal Co. 

Leonard Coal Co. 



D. 1 



Blakley 

Blakley 

Schuylkill Haven 

Weigh Scales 

Gordon 

Beaver Brook 

Jeddo 

Duncott 

Duryea 

Eckley 

Cressona 

Saint Nicholas 

Weigh Scales 

Nesquehoning R 

Carbondale 

Cherry Township 

Brockton 

Shamokin 

McAdoo 

South Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Weigh Scales 

Atlas 

Paxinos 

Minersville 

Donaldson 

Wilkes-Barre 

Eckley 

Elizabethville R.D. 

Ono 

Frackville 

Ginther 

Forestville 

Wilkes-Barre 

Ravine 

Gilberton 

Shamokin 

Glen Lyon 

Cressona 

Weigh Scales 

Fern Glen 

Rahn Township 

Hazleton 

Zerbe Township 

Hazleton 

Zerbe 

Audenried 

Paxinos 

Ashley 

South Tamaqua 

Harleigh 

Joliett 

Weigh Scales 

Middleport 

Minersville 

Laflin 

Valley View 

Williamstown 

Ravine, Box 3 

Valley View 

Primrose 

Valley View 

Hazleton 



Dist- 
rict 



147 



Preparation plant 

Lincoln Washery 

Lion Breaker 

Live Oak Breaker 

Locust Summit Breaker 

Loomis Breaker 

Loree Breaker 

Lower Region Washery 

Lowland Washery 

Lytle Washery 

Malho Breaker 

Mammoth Breaker 

Maple Spring Breaker 

Marl in Breaker 

Matisko Cleaning Plant 

Mazaika Breaker 

Meadowbrook Washery 

Meadowbrook Breaker 

Midvalley Fine Coal Plant 

Minersville Breaker 

Morea Breaker 

Morgan Breaker 

Mount Hazle Breaker 

Mountain Side Breaker 

Nesquehoning Cleaning Plant 

New Philadelphia Washery 

New Saint Nicholas Breaker 

New Saint Nicholas Fine Coal 

North Line Breaker 

No. 1 Cleaning Plant 

No. 2 Cleaning Plant 

No. 6 Washery 

Oakwood Breaker 

Old Mill Breaker 

Olenick Breaker 

O'Toole Cleaning Plant 

Penag Breaker 

Penbrook Breaker 

Pine Creek Breaker 

Pine Forest Cleaner Plant 

Pompey Breaker 

Potts Breaker 

R. & R. Washery 

Randolph Washery 

Ranshaw Washery 

Raymond Breaker 

Reichwein & Beury Breaker 

Reidinger Breaker 

Rosa Breaker 

St. Nicholas Fine Coal Plant 

Salem Creek Breaker 

Savitski Breaker 

Schneck Breaker 

Sebastopol Breaker 

Seltzer Breaker 

Shomper Breaker 

Silver Creek Breaker 

Skytop Breaker 

Split Vein Breaker 

Spring Creek Breaker 

South Tamaqua Breaker 

Starwood Breaker 

State Washery 

Stonehill Breaker 

Strohecker Breaker 

Sunshine Breaker 

Superior Breaker 

Swatara Breaker 

Swift Breaker 

Taylor Breaker 

Tedesco Breaker 

Tremont Breaker 



Company 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 
Cunningham Coal Co. 
Live Oak Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Glen Alden Corp. 
Lower Region Colliery 
Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 
Winnie Land Co., Inc. 
Malho Coal Co. 

Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Maple Spring Coal Co. 
Cass Contracting Co. 
Matisko Coal Co. 
Mazaika Coal Co. 
Meadowbrook Coal Co. 
Meadowbrook Coal Co. 
Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. 
Minersville Coal Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Penn Can Coal Co. 
Locust Valley Coal Co. 
Mountain Side Coal Co. 
Correale Construction Co. 
Sunbury Co. , Inc. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
PlantReading Anthracite Co. 
Steam Coals, Inc. 
Carbondale Coal Co. 
Carbondale Coal Co. 
Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. 
Oakwood Coal Co. 
Old Mill Coal Yard 
Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 
O'Toole, John F. 
Penag Coal Co. 
Penbrook Coal Co. 
Pine Creek Coal Co. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Pompey Coal Co. 
Potts Contracting Co. 
R. & R. Coal Co. 
Randolph Coal Co. 
Ranshaw Transportation & 

Auto Wreckers Co. 
Northwest Mining Co., Inc. 
Reichwein L Beury Coal Co. 
Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. 
Capparell Coal Co., Inc. 
Reading Anthracite Co. 
Lehigh Valley Anthracite, Inc. 
Savitski Brothers Coal Sales 
Schneck Coal Co., Thomas W. 
Sebastopol Coal Co. 
Seltzer Coal Co. 
Shomper Coal Co. 
Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. 
Skytop Coal Co. 
Split Vein Coal Co. 
Spring Creek Coal Co. 
South Tamaqua Coal Pockets 
Starwood Coal Corp. 
State Coal Co. , Inc. 
Stonehill Coal Co. 
Strohecker Coal Co. 
Sunshine Coal Co. 
Superior Coal Co. 
Swatara Coal Co. 
Swift Coal Sales 
Moffat Coal Co. , Inc. 
Tedesco Coal Co. , Inc. 
Tremont Anthracite Co. 



Location 

Pine Grove R. D. 3 

Hazleton 

Primrose 

Locust Gap 

Hanover Township 

Larksville 

Trevorton Road 

Landingville 

Primrose 

Lavelle 

Raven Run 

Branchdale 

Marl in 

Forest City 

Tamaqua R. D. 2 

Lykens 

Lykens 

Wilburton 

Minersville 

Morea 

Old Forge 

New Boston 

South Tamaqua 

Nesquehoning 

New Philadelphia 

Duncott 

Duncott 

South Shamokin 

Carbondale City 

Carbondale City 

Lansford 

Ravine 

Llewellyn 

Forestville 

Moosic 

Good Spring 

Archbald 

Spring Glen 

St. Clair 

Jessup 

Pine Grove R. D. 3 

Lehighton R. D. 2 

Port Carbon 

Ranshaw, Box 5 

Eynon 

Ashland 

Paxinos 

Shenandoah 

Saint Nicholas 

Pottsville 

Atlas 

Pine Grove R. D. 1 

Jenkins Township 

Frackville 

Tower City 

New Philadelphia 

New Boston 

aeigh Scales 

South Tamaqua 

South Tamaqua 

New Boston 

Strong 

Loyalton 

Elizabethville R. D. 

Little Mahanoy Township 

Valley View 

Zerbe 

Paxinos 

Taylor 

Pardeesville 

Tremont 



148 



Dist- 
rict— 



Preparation Plant 



Trevorton Breaker 
Underkoffler Breaker 
Valley Breaker 
Waddell Breaker 
Walton Breaker 
Mesner Breaker 



Company 



Reading Anthracite Co. 

Underkoffler Coal Service 

Valley Coal Co. 

Waddell Coal Mining Co., Ii 

Walton, John 

Wesner Coal Co. 



Location 



Trevorton 
Lykens 

Tamaqua R. D. 2 
(Winton) Jessup 
Schuylkill Haven 
Tamaqua R. D. 2 



NOTEt * Breaker idle during entire year. 



District Operator 



COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA 

DEPARTMENT OF MINES AND MINERAL INDUSTRIES 

ANTHRACITE OPERATORS - YEAR 1965 

General Manager 



Address 



149 



A-B Coal Mine ft 
A. & D. Coal Co. DM 
A. & J. Coal Co. • 
A. & J. Coal Co. DM 
A. & K. Coal Co. ft 
A. & K. Coal Co. ft 
A. & M. Coal Co. ft 
A. & P. Coal Co. DM 
A. R. M. Coal Co. ft 
A. & S. Coal Co. ft 
A. T. & D. Coal Co. ft 
A. I W. Coal Co. ft 

A. & W. Coal Co. ft 

Ace Anthracite, Inc. B bk 

Ace Coal Co. B 

Acme Coal Co. DM 

Adams Partnership ft 

Ajax Coal Co. ft 

Alarcon Coal Co. DM 

Alessi Coal Co. DM 

Aljac Coal Co., Inc. DM 

Allen Mining Co. DM 

Al Mar Coal Co. DM 

Amarose Brothers Coal Co. ft 

Andrews Partnership ft 

Anspach & Umbenhauer Co. ft 

Anthracite By-Products Co. bk 

Anthracite Fine Coals, Inc. S DM I 

Ashland Community Enterprises ft 

Audenried Mines, Inc. DM 

B. & A. Coal Co. ft 
B. & B. Coal Co. ft 
B. & B. Coal Co. ft 
B. & B. Coal Co. ft 
B. & B. Coal Co. ft 

B. B. & F. Coal Co. ft 

B. & C. Coal Co. 

B. & C. Coal Co. DM 

B. & D. Coal Co. ft 

B. & E. Coal Co. ft 

B. & E. Coal Co. ft 

B. & H. Coal Co. ft 

B. H. & L. Partnership ft 

B. & K. Coal Co. ft 

B. & K. Coal Co. 

B. K. & P. Coal Co. ft 

B. K. S. Coal Co. ft 

B. & M. Coal Co. DM 

B. & M. Coal Co. ft 

B. & N. Coal Co. BP 

B. & N. Coal Co. ft 

B. & 0. Coal Co. DM 

B. & P. Coal Co. ft 

B. & S. Coal Co. ft 

B. & S. Coal Co. DM 

B-Y Coal Co. ft 

B. Z. & D. Coal Co. ft 

Bain, Alfred S 

Bair Coal Co. ft 

Banks Coal Co. DM 

Bar Mac Coal Co., Inc. BP 

Bartoli Construction Co. bk 

Bator Coal Co. ft 

Bear Gap Stripping Co., Inc. S 

Bear Ridge Coal Co. ft 



A. Boscolovich 
J. Daukshus 
A. Chavokis 
A. Drebitko 
N. Anascavage 
S. Shingara 
J. Mastella 
J. Reho 

E. McGinley 
J. Santos 
C. Doyle 

A. Zimmerman 
J. Astick 
J. Pasternak 
L. Simoncelli 
J. Reho 

F. Adams 
J. Riley 
F. Alarcon 
N. Alessi 
A. Peca 

J. Stranko 
A. Dietz 
L. Amarose 
W. Andrews 
F. Anspach 
W. Bobowski 
R. E. Doebler 

E. R. Ermert 
A. Brazzo 

J. Astick 
A. Bielarski 
W. Borkowski 
N. Anascavage 

F. Barella 

C. Breidigan 
L. Bixler 

W. Clark 
H. Barlow 

D. Ernest 
W. Biscoe 
J. Bender 

G. Honyara 

P. Kostingo,Jr. 
J. Kintzel 
J. Patrilak 
W. Shade 
W. Moyer 
J. Bombar 

D. Koury 
C. Nork 

C. Ressler 
W. D. Showers 

E. Sosnoski 
V. Blascovich 
J. Yankoski 
J. Zitka 

A. Bain 

F. Bair 
M. Kidron 
C. Greco 
E. Bartoli 
L. Bator 

G. W. Tallman 
P. Smertsky 



209 S. Diamond St. 

310 Elizabeth St. 

501 Second St. 

R. D. #1 

934 Tharp St. 

R. D. #3 

121 S. William St. 

130 W. Broad St. 

1107 Scott St. 

214 W. 4th St. 

405 N. Market St. 

1516 Independence St, 

827 E. Sunbury St. 

419 Center St. 

300 Main St. 

130 W. Broad St. 

P. 0. Box 342 
403 Melrose St. 
722 E. Railroad St. 
14 S. Main St. 
19 S. 21st St. 
436 W. Third St. 
335 E. Saylor St. 
118 W. Arch St. 
R. D. 2 
33 E. Monroe St. 

702 Center St. 
New Coxeville Rd. 
827 E. Sunbury St. 
37 Big Mine Run 
Box 487, R. D. 2 
934 Tharp St. 
540 W. 3rd St. 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 1 

103 E. Saylor St. 

643 Center St. 

448 W. Ogden St. 

R. D. 3 

P. 0. Box 264 

Maizeville 

R. D. 2 

324 Melrose St. 

Star Route 



R. D. 2 

135 West St. 

219 Melrose St. 

1124 W.Montgomery St 

1771 Pulaski Ave. 

R. D. 2 

99 Wideawake St. 



110 Market St. 
P. 0. Box 412 
559 E. Northampton 
402 North St. 
P. 0. Box 86 
125 N. 4th St. 



Shamokin 
Tamaqua 
Port Carbon 
Pottsville 
Shamokin 
Sunbury 
Girardville 
Williamstown 
Kulpmont 
Mount Carmel 
Mount Carmel 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Taylor 
Blakley 
Williamstown 
Helfenstein 
Mahanoy City 
Keiser 
Mahanoy City 
Mahanoy City 
Pottsville 
Mount Carmel 
Atlas 

Frackville 
Pine Grove 
McAdoo 
Tremont 
Ashland 
Beaver Meadow 
Shamokin 
Ashland 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Mount Carmel 
Pine Grove 
Hegins 
Valley View 
Atlas 
Shamokin 
Girardville 
Pine Grove 
Minersville 
Gilbert on 
Pine Grove 
Keiser 
Spring Glen 
Valley View 
Minersville 
Pottsville 
Shaft 
Hegins 

Williamstown 
Keiser 
.Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Pine Grove 
Will iamstown 
Trevorton 
Mount Carmel 
Wilkes-Barre 
Keiser 
Lykens 
Frackville 



150 



District Operator 



Beaver Brook Coal Co. BP 

Beaver Coal Co. • 

Bel Air Coal Co. B 

Bell Coal Co. • 

Bernitsky Brothers Coal Co. S 

Bernitsky & Stenulis Partnershi 

Big Buck Coal Co. BP 

Big Buck Coal Co. • 

Big Hill Coal Co. © 

Big Pine Coal, Inc. DM 

Biskupic Coal Co. © 

Bixler Coal Co. DM 

Blaschak Brothers S BP DM 

Blended Coal Co. BP 

Bliss Coal Co. S 

Bliss ft Son, Inc., R. T. bk 

Bloch Brothers Coal Co. DM 

BlueBell Enterprises, Inc. S 

Blue Coal © 

Blyler Coal Co., Glen 

Bonawitz Coal Co. O 

Bojack Coal Co. © 

Bosack Coal Co. DM © 

Bottom Split Coal Co. © 

Bowman & Coleman Coal Co. DM 

Bridy Coal Slope © 

Bridy, Incorporated S 

Bridy, Victor © 

Broad Mountain Coal Co. © 

Brockton Black Beauty Coal Co. 

Brokenshire ft Co. • 

Brook Contracting Corp. S 

Brosious & Troup Co. S 

Bruno ft Peifer Coal Co. © 

Bubel Coal Co. DM 

Buck Coal Co. S 

Buck Coal Co. 

Buckley Coal Corp. BP 

Burnrite Coal Co. DM 

Bush Coal Co. DM 

C. B. M. Coal Co. S bk 

C. ft F. Coal Co. © 

C. & J. Coal Co. S 

C. K. S. Coax Co. DM 

C. & M. Coal Co. 

C. ft P. Coal Co. © 

C. ft S. Excavating Co. S bk 

Cains Coal Co. B 

Canfield Coal Co. • 

Capone Coal Co. S 

Capparell Coal Co., Inc. B 

Capparell Strip, ft Const. Co. S 

Carbondale Coal Co. S B 

Cardiff Stripping Co., Inc. S 

Cass Contracting Co. BP 

Chango Coal Co. DM 

Cherkis Partnership O 

Chervanik Associates S 

Chestnut Coal Co. O 

Chucot Coal Co. O 

Cicio Coal Co. S 

Clark Coal Co. DM 

Clay Coal Co. • 

Coalbrook Sales Co., Inc. bk 

Coates Coal Co. © 

Coleby Coal Co., Inc. W bk 

Colket Coal Co. DM 

Consolidated Equipment Co. S 

Conyngham Contracting Co. S 

Cooper & Co. • 

Correale Construction Co. bk 

Coxe Coal Co. DM 

Cunningham Coal Co. B bk 



General Manager 

E. Dormer 

R. Beaver 

B. Andrews 
M. Stasick 
J.J. Bernitsky 

p© J. Bernitsky 

E. Kalinovich 

C. Cress 
J. Zukowski 
V. Basgil 
J.K. Biskupic 
H. Bixler 
W. Blaschak 
C. Greco 

C. Bliss 
R. T. Bliss, Jr. 
H. Bloch 
J. W. Butcavage 
A. Rovito 
G. Blyler 

D. Bonawitz 
W. Bogus 

F. Bosack, Jr. 
R. Swilp 
H. Bowman 

G. Bridy 

E. Bridy 
V. Bridy 
J. Swilp 

BP R. Tenaglia 

G. Brokenshire 

G. Racho 

J. Troup 

J. Bruno 

M. Bubel 

J. E. Miller 

J. Gurski 

N. James 

J. Zukus 

E. Bush 

E. Bartoli 

W. Flail 

C. Greco 

I. Swartz 

P. Merena 

A. Chukusky 

P. Corrozzi 

E. J. Cain 

T. Canfield 

P. Capone 

S. T. Capparell 

bkS. T. Capparell 

T. J. Gillen.Jr 

E. Gorenty 
J. V. Ryan 
R. Pitello 
W. Cherkis 
C. R. Chervanik 
S. Shingara 
M. Chucot 
M. Cicio 
C. Maurer, Jr. 
L. Rupp 
J. C. Baumann 
R. Franklin 
G. A. Schnee 
J. Messaros 
C. Dewees 
W. J. Farley 
A. Cooper 
G. M. Seiler 
J. Swinko 

F. Moran 



127 N. Catherine St 

P. 0. Box 36 

551 Market St. 

17 Water St. 

17 Water St. 

37 Main St. 

53 Main St. 

Washington St. 

113 N. Sheridan St. 

Saint Nicholas 
P. 0. Box 412 
P. 0. Box 345 
35 E. Center St. 
R. D. 2 



Railroad St. 
915 W. Pine St. 
R. D. 2, Box 788 
R. D. 2 

R. D. 1, Box 195i 

237 W. Girard St. 

1475 Poplar St. 

476 W. Frack St. 

P. 0. Box 224 

R. D. 

127 W. Noble St. 

300 W. Broad St. 

811 Market St. 

P. 0. Box 129 

P. 0. Box 219 

Box 153-A, R. D. 1 

R. D. 2 

557 W. Girard St. 

R. D. 1 

559 E. Northampton 

429 W. John St. 

P. 0. Box 454 

R. D. 1 

1268 Chemung St. 

233 N. Broad Mt. Ave 

101 E. Drinker St. 

1412 W. Lynn St. 

92 Lombard St. 

Box B North End Sta. 

136 E. Fifth St. 

136 E. Fifth St. 

78 Cottage St. 

P. 0. Box 81 

R. D. 2, Box 360£ 

230 S. Oak St. 

615 Front St. 

42 Independence St. 

R. D. 3 

684 N. Vine St. 

601 Poplar St. 

690 Bear Valley Ave. 
P. 0. Box 505 
North Street 
Thompson Bldg. 
School Row 
15 Turner St. 
215 N. 9th St. 
392 Fifth St. 
109 E. First St. 
804 W. Market St. 
800 Exeter Ave. 



Beaver Brook 
Shenandoah 
Duryea 
Trevorton 
New Phila* 
New Phila. 
Freeland 
Ashland 
Minersville 
Middleport 
McAdoo 
Valley View 
Mahanoy City 
Mount Carmel 
Mildred 
Nesquehoning 
Hegins 
Minersville 
Shamokin 
Williamstown 
Pine Grove 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Tamaqua 
Sacramento 
Shamokin 
Atlas 
Kulpmont 
Frackville 
Brockton 
Barnesville 
Hazleton 
Williamstown 
Trevorton 
Brockton 
Mount Carmel 
Pottsville 
Ringtown 
Atlas 
Tower City 
Wilkes-Barre 
Frackville 
Mount Carmel 
Hegins 
Shamokin 
.Frackville 
Dunmore 
Shamokin 
New Phila. 
Wilkes-Barre 
Hazleton 
Hazleton 
Carbondale 
Middleport 
Pottsville 
Mount Carmel 
Minersville 
Shamokin 
Sunbury 
Hazleton 
Mayfield 
Hegins 
Pitman 
Carbondale 
Central ia 
Pottsville 
Branchdale 
Forty Fort 
Ashland 
Port Carbon 
Hazleton 
Pottsville 
W. Pittston 



District Operator 



Czech Brothers Coal Co. § 

D. & D. Coal Co. BP 

D. D. Z. Coal Co. 

D. E. & C. Co- bk 

D. & G. Coal Co. 

D. & G. Coal Co. 

D. & H. Partnership 

D. H. & W. Coal Co. DM 

D. & J. Coal Co. 

D. & K. Coal Co. 

0. K. & M. Coal Co. • 

D. A. N. Coal Co. 

D. R. Z. Coal Co. DM 

D. V. W. Coal Co. 

D. Y. & N. Coal Co. 

D. & Z. Coal Co. BP 
Dallabrida Coal Co. DM 
Dando Coal Co., F. P. DM 
Dando & Troup Coal Co. S 
DeAngelis, Inc. B DM bk 
DeAngelis Supreme Anthracite bk 
Deiter Brothers Coal Co. 
Dembinsky Coal Co., W. 
Diamond Coal Co., Inc. BP 
Diamond Colliery Co. S 
Diamond Coal Co. 
Diminick Coal Sales BP 
DiRenzo Coal Co. BP 
Dugan Coal Co. 
Duke Associates DM 
Duke Mining Co. 
Dyszel & Brothers Coal Co. , Steve© 

E. ft B. Coal Sales S B 
E. & H. Coal Co. S 
E. & H. Coal Co. DM 
E. & T. Coal Co. DM 

E. & Z. Coal Co. 
Eagle Hill Coal Co. 
Eldy Coal Co. DM 
Eline Coal Co. bk 
Elizabethville Coal Co. W bk 
Else & Son, Charles 
Ely & Brown Coal Co. 
Emerich, William G. « bk 
Empire Coal Co. bk 
Englewood Coal Co. BP 
Ennis Coal Co. DM 
Erdman Brothers Coal Co. DM 
Esgro Coal Co. DM 
Etzel Coal Co. 
Eureka Coal Co. 

F. & A. Coal Co. 
F. & L. Coal Co. 
F. & L. Coal Co. 
F. R. S. Coal Co. 
F. & W. Coal Co. 
F. & W. Coal Co. 
F. & W. Coal Co. 
F. W. D. Coal Co. 
Fago Coal Co. 
Fairdeal Coal Co. DM 
Falls Coal Co. 
Farley & Ihnat Coal Co. DM 
Faust Coal Co., Charles 
Fay-Mar Coal Co. 
Fegley Brothers Coal Co. 
Fern Glen Mining Co. 
Fern Hill Coal Co. 
Fernandez Coal Co. 
Felterolf Coal Co. DM 
Fetterolf Coal Co. 
Fireside Mining, Inc. DM 
Forgotsch Brothers 
Forsum Coal Co. DM 



General Manager 
Stanley Czech 
Cyril Doyle 
J. Dombroski 
E. Weyman 
Roy Geist 
A. Gonzalo 
Harry David 
K. Whitmer 

D. Fedako 
Albert Karol 
G. Klinger 

E. Narcavage 

E. A. DiRienzo 
J. E. Davis 
Adam Delinko 
S. Diminick 

F. Dallabrida 
F. P. Dando 
D. J. Dando 
J. C. Baumann 
J. C. Baumann 
Glen Deiter 
W. Dembinsky 
S. Greco 

J. Giovannini 
Junior Harner 
V. Scicchitano 

D. DiRenzo 

J. Leschinski 
Joseph Duke 
Joseph Duke 
Michael Dyszel 
Edwin Booth 
F. Surace 

E. Melusky 
Pedro Ibanez 
Kenneth Etzel 
J. Donitus 
William Lytle 
Anthony Agatti 
Ronald Klinger 
Charles Else.Sr. 
Gilbert Ely 

W. G. Emerich 
M. J. Naples, Jr. 
Michael Sluck 
William Ennis 
Jay Erdman 
Dominick Esgro 
Kenneth Etzel 
S. Rozinski 
Andrew Koperna 
Henry Fessler 
John Landau 
Steve Forgotsch 
Walter Whalen 
Elmer Williams 
Elmer Fishburn 
Russel Houtz 
George Fago 
Leon Shingara 
Herman Stine 
J. N. Farley 
Charles Faust 

C. E. Leininger 
John Fegley 
Paul Davis 

Sam Sallo 

D. Fernandez 
Walter Mudry 
James Fetterolf 
Marvin Kimmel 
V. Forgotsch 
Joseph Sluck 



151 



1038 W. Fern St. 

405 N. Market St. 

1123 Chemung St. 

R. D. 1, Box 89 

R. D. 2 

36 Second Street 

R. D. 1 

Box 174-F, R. D. 2 

1915 Race Street 

R. D. 1, Box 162 

R. D. 2 

326 West 4th St. 

330 Melrose Street 

309 S. Rock Street 

P. 0. Box 351 
21 East Avenue 
P. 0. Box 56 
117 S. Second St. 
P. 0. Box 505 
P. .0. Box 505 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 1 
P. 0. 3ox 25 
2046 Dorothy St. 
14 N. Crescent St. 
P. 0. Box 132 
R. D. 2, Box 752 
456 S. Pearl St. 
1023 W. Willow St. 
1023 W. Willow St. 
229 N. Second St. 
P. 0. Box 206 
157 Cottage Street 

144 W. Third Street 

Coal Run 

700 West Arch St. 

R. D. 2 

155 N. Main Street 

1321 Chestnut St. 
R. D. 2 

Panama Street 

8th & High Streets 

7 West Center St. 

335 Washington St. 

117 Main Street 

609 West Water St. 

R. D. 2 

923 E. Commerce St. 

626 State Street 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 1, Box 229-B 

1100 Brook Street 

316 W. Park Street 
527 Bear Valley Ave. 



24 North Pine St. 



P. 0. Box 296 
P. 0. Box 43 
540 Charles St. 
112 Melrose St. 
1349 Chestnut St. 
Box 45, R. D. 1 
281 S. Main Street 
522 W. Mahanoy St. 
P. 0. Box 395 



Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Hegins 

Strong 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Paxinos 

Ashland 

Pottsville 

Hegins 

Mount Carmel 

Keiser 

Shamokin 

Seltzer 

Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Pottsville 

Minersville 

Carbondale 

Carbondale 

Hegins 

Ashland 

Mount Carmel 

Scranton 

Tremont 

Paxinos 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Girardville 

Mildred 

Carbondale 

Minersville 

Mount Carmel 

Ranshaw 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Pittston 

Spring Glen 

Kulpmont 

Hegins 

Ono 

Pittston 

Frackville 

Ashland 

Valley View 

Jermyn 

Ranshaw 

Shamokin 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Shamokin 

Shamok in 

Tamaqua 

Pottsville 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Tower City 

Central ia 

Shamokin 

Zerbe 

Pottsville 

Muir 

Tremont 

•Mahanoy City 

Rock Glen 

Throop 

Keiser 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove 

Mahanoy City 

Gilberton 



152 



District Operator 



Four Partners © 
Four Pines Coal Co. © 
Franklin Coal Co. BP 
Frye Brothers Coal Co. © 
G. & B. Coal Co. © 
G. & B. Coal Co. © 
G. & D. Coal Co. © 
G. & F. Coal Co. © 
G. & L. Coal Co. bk 
G. & M. Coal Co. © 
G. M. P. Coal Co. DM 
G. & T. Coal Co. DM 
Gangloff Brothers bk 
Garber Coal Co. © 
Garcia Coal Co. DM © 
Gavalis Co., Joseph S 
Gem Coal Co. © 
Gerhart, George S 
Gigliello Coal Co. DM 
Gilberton Coal Co. SUB bk 
Ginther Coal Co. W 
I Glen Alden Corporation S B bk DM 
Glenn Brass Coal Co. S 
Glen Nan Coal Co., Inc. DM 
Glenn Worth Coal Co. BP 
Glosek Bros. Coal Sales S BP 
Glyon Mining, Inc. DM 
Gonder Coal Co. © 
Good Hope Coal Co. © 
Good Spring Coal Co. DM © 
Gormas Coal Co. © bk 
Gowen Coal Co. S B bk 
Granves Coal Co. bk 
Green Coal Co. DM 
Greenwood Mining Co. BP 
Greenwood Stripping Corp. S 
Grego & Deitz Coal Co. © 
Greybosh Coal Co., Inc. BP 
Grigas Coal Co. DM © 
Gripp Coal Co. © 
Grzywacz Coal Co. © 
Gudelunas Coal Co. © 
H. & B. Coal Co. © 
H. & B. Coal Co. S 
H. & D. Coal Co. © 
H. & G. Coal Co. © 
H. & H. Coal Co. DM 
H. J. & H. Coal Co. BP 
H. & X. Coal Co. © 
H. K. H. Coal Co. © 
H. K. & K. Coal Co. © 
H. K. Z. Coal Co. © 
H. & M. Coal Co. © 
H. & N. Coal Co. © 
H. & P. Coal Co. DM 
H. & S. Coal Co. DM 
H. & S. Coal Co. © 
H. & W. Coal Co. DM 
Haldeman Coal Co. © 
Haliburda Coal Co. © 
Halsey Contracting Co. S 
Hank's Coal Co. DM 
Harman Coal Co. DM 
Harner Coal Co. DM 
Harry's Coal Co. © 
Hatter Coal Co. DM 
Hegins Mining Co. DM 
Heights Coal Co. S 
Hepler Coal Co. © 
Herb & Reed Coal Co. DM 
Herring, Harvey & Richard © 
Herring Brothers Coal Co. DM 
Herring Coal Co. © 
High Test Coal Co. DM 



General Manager 
John Vrona 
David Moran 

F. Miller 
Robert Frye 
Thomas Gaughan 
J. Wawrzaszek 
A. Gonzalo 

G. Biskupic 
George Gormas 
J. Guisbert 
Albert Geslock 
Malcolm Thompson 
Gene Gangloff 
George Garber 

J. J. Garcia 
Joseph Gavalis 
Vaughn Ditty 
George Gerhart 
John Gigliello 
G. A. Schnee 
D. Bressler 
I- L. Williams 
Glenn Brass 
G. H. Kienzle 
Carl L. Hoke 
Frank Glosek 
A. Ciarafoni 
Isaac Gonder 
J. Shervitski 
Frederick Lucas 
George Gormas 
Elmer Roth 
John Granito 
Roy Green 
Joseph Fauzio 
Joseph Fauzio 
Stanley Grego 
John Greybosh 
Peter Grigas 
Andrew Antes 
J. Grzywacz 
F. Gudelunas 
Parker Hughes 
Henry 01 a f 
Monroe Header 
William George 
W. A. Huntzinger 
H. D. Reitz, Sr. 
D. Hoffman 
Charles Koons 
John Kashner 
T. Horoshak 
Charles Mitchell 
Arthur Hoffman 
John Hudock 
Robert Maurer 
T. Horoshak 
Wm. Heitzman 

A. Haldeman,Sr. 

B. Halaburda 
Vincent Halsey 
H. W. Szymanski 
Clair Harman 
Alfred Harner 
Harry Preston 
Ernest Hatter 
William E. Carl 
Eugene Popple 
Charles Hepler 
Harry Reed 
Harvey Herring 
L. L. Herring 
Daniel Herring 
Kenneth Curran 



R. D. 2 

1643 W. Market St. 
P. 0. Box 60-AA 
530 East 7th St. 



East Market St. 
1053 Spruce St. 
808 N. Warren St. 
R. D. 1, Box 71-A 
R. D. 1 

10 Pittston Ave. 
P. 0. Box 423 
139 W. Chestnut St. 
101 S. Main St. 
129 West Avenue 
232 Division St. 
2205 W. Market St. 
1307 Mulberry St. 
232 Division St. 
East Market St. 
213 N. Berry St. 
309 W. Main St. 
1742 W. Market St. 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 2 

P. 0. pox 269 

One Venice St. 

836 W. Spruce St. 

R. D. 1 

83 Railroad St. 

582 S. Main St. 
27 S. Spruce St. 
1401 W.Independence 
857 Spruce Street 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 1, Box 161 



R. D. 2 



P. 0. Box 362 

817 N. Sixth St. 
R. D. 2, Box 340 
R. D. 3 

231 Wylan Street 
P. 0. Box 358 
544 W. Third St. 



355 Saylor Street 

Walnut Street 
P. 0. Box 417 
1320 Scott Street 
1 North Hand St. 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 2 

4 Furnace Grove 



Shamokin 

Barnesville 

Ravine 

Quakake 

Ashland 

Minersville 

Kulpmont 

Tama qua 

Pottsville 

Paxinos 

Mount Carmel 

Tremont 

New Ringgold 

Williamstown 

Kulpmont 

Orwigsburg 

Shamokin 

Orwigsburg 

Yatesville 

Gilberton 

Hazleton 

Ashley 

Mount Carmel 

Wilkes-Barre 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Kingston 

Williamstown 

Shamokin 

Tremont 

Pottsville 

Fern Glen 

Pottsville 

Hegins 

Tama qua 

Nesquehoning 

Shamokin 

Hazleton 

Girardville 

Shamokin 

Archbald 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Kulpmont 

Ashland 

Ashland 

Hegins 

Milton 

Valley View 

Valley View 

Paxinos 

Shamokin 

Girardville 

Williamstown 

Minersville 

Hegins 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove 

Frackville 

Carbondale 

Mount Carmel 

Valley View 

Valley View 

Atlas 

Hegins 

Hegins 

Pittston 

Kulpmont 

Tower City 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Minersville 



District Operator 



Hob Coal Co. © 

Holmes Coal Co. © 

Honeybrook Mines, Inc. S B 

Hoover Coal Mining Co. BP 

Hoover & Reed Coal Co. DM 

Hornberger Coal Co. © 

Horvath Partnership © 

Howells, T.S. & Olaf S. Strip. 

Huss, George S I bk 

Huth Coal Co. 9 

Hutira Coal Co. © 

J. & C. Coal Co. DM 

J. & D. Coal Co. © 

J. D. S. Coal Co. DM 

J. & E. Coal Co. BP 

J. & K. Coal Co. DM 

J. & K. Coal Co. © 

J. & R. Coal Co. © 

Jade Coal Co. © 

Jeddo-Highland Coal Co. W S bk 

Jete Coal Co. S 

Jewell Coal Co. © 

Jewell Ridge Coal Co. DM 

Jid Coal Mining Co., Inc. © 

Johnson Coal Co. DM 

Joliett Realty Co BP 

Jones Coal Co. © 

K. B. M. K. Coal Co. © 

K. & D. Coal Co. BP 

K. D. S. Coal Co. © 

K. E. W. Coal Co. DM 

K. H. K. Coal Co. © 

K. & K. Partnership © 

K. & K. Coal Co. © 

K. & K. Coal Co. BP 

K. & K. Coal Co. S 

K. & L. Coal Co. © 

K. & M. Coal Co. © 

K. & M. Coal Co. © 

K. & M. Coal Co. © 

K. M. fi, F. Coal Service BP 

K. & N. Coal Co. © 

K. 0. R. Coal Co. DM 

K. & P. Coal Co. BP 

K. R. G. Coal Co. DM 

K. & S. Coal Co. © 

K. & S. Coal Co. © 

K. I S. Coal Co. © 

K. S. F. Coal Co. DM 

K. W. & J. Coal Co. © 

K. L Z. Coal Co. 

Kaleta Coal Co. © 

Kaminski Brothers, Inc. S 

Kassa Coal Co. SB© DM 

Keffers Coal Co. BP DM 

Kent Coal Co. © 

Kerrigan Coal Co. S BP 

Kerris & Helfrick, Inc. S 

Kerstetter Coal Co. © 

Keyser Valley Enterprises, Inc. 

Kilo Brothers Coal Co. © 

Kimmel Brothers Coal Co. DM © 

Kintzel Brothers Coal Co. © 

Klimas Coal Co. DM 

Klinger Coal Co., E. » 

Klinger Coal Co., Leroy • 

Kluchinsky & Co. © 

Knorr & Geist Coal Co. DM © 

Knorr Coal Co. • 

Koch's Coal Co. BP 

Kocher Coal Co., Leon E. S BP 

Kochaier Partnership © 

Koons Coal Co., Marcus © 

Kopentz Coal Co. • 



General Manager 
Palmer Otto 
John Kline 
George Seiler 
G. ■. Hoover 
Allen Reed 
C. Hornberger 
Harry David 

S Stanley Olaf 
George Huss 
Peter Huth 
C. Schmerfeld 
J. Walacavage 
J. Dyszel 
M. J. Herbert 
E. P. Patrick 
Charles Juba 
Charles Kocack 
Joseph Shade 
R. A. Koch 

B Frank Moran 
J. Menepace 
H. Fetterolf 
A. Drebitko 
Roy Maurer 
John Johnson 
Peter Poretti 
John Jones 
L. Krise, Sr. 
A. Koppenhaver 
Marvin Klouser 
Kermit Klinger 
Robert Kabonick 
Gene Klinger 
John Kautter 
James Krall 
J. R. Kovaleski 
E. Lashendock 
C. Kulpcavage 
Paul Merena 
Charles Metroka 
Howard Fees 
Bruce Klouser 
S. Korenkeiwez 
C. Kiertekles 
H. Renninger 
Albert Kelly 
E. Karlovich 
Clair Kimmel 
Melvin Kroh 
W. Johnson 
Joseph Zack 
James Kaleta 
E. Kaminski 
Nicholas Kassa 
William Morgan 
Wm Reichenbach 
Paul Kerrigan 
Edward Helfrick 
R. Kerstetter 

DM J. Giovannini 
E. Klebasko 
George Kimmel 
Nathan Kintzel 
Albert Klimas 
Earl Klinger 
Leroy Klinger 
A. Kluchinsky 
Elwood Knorr 
Leroy Knorr 
Joseph Koch 
R. W. Rissinger 
J. Kochmier 
Marcus Koons 
W. Kopentz 



R. D. 2 

109 E. First St. 
118 N. Sixth St. 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 1 

Powder Hill Road 
733 Pine Street 
West Main Street 

132 S. Fourth St. 
R. D. 1 

229 N. Second St. 
449 Sunbury St. 
R. D. 3 

749 Chestnut St. 

R. D. 1 

1778 W. Chestnut St 

800 Exeter Avenue 

P. C. Box 443 

R. D. 1, Box 40 

R. D. 

P. C. Box 9 



P. 0. Box 144 

30 W. Main Street 

P. 0. Box 415 



821 W. Mulberry St. 
427 E. Riddle St. 
565 North First St. 
351 S. Chestnut St. 
351 S. Chestnut St. 
201 Warsaw Street 
Box 567, R. D. 2 

Box 165, R. D. 2 
Washington Street 

721 Coal Street 
P. 0. Box 273 
111 High Street 
Box 260, R. D. 1 
303 N. Hickory St. 
212 S. Second St. 

?.. :. 2 

27 North Rock St. 
1757 Tioga Street 
299-A Luke F idler 
378 State Road 
322 Simpson Street 

200 W. Shamokin St. 

3rd & Chestnut Sts. 

Lehigh & Poplar Sts 

R. D. 2, Box 328 

2046 Dorothy Street 

1544 W. Mulberry St 

Star Route 

R. D. 2 

31 Clay Street 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 1 

508 W. Center St. 



xess 

Hegins 

Palo Alto 

Audenried 

Sunbury 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Ashland 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Kulpmont 

Ringtown 

Zerbe 

Frackville 

Pottsville 

Girardville 

Minersville 

Tamaqua 

Cherry Township 

Kulpmont 

Hegins 

Shamokin 

West Pittston 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Frackville 

Lavelle 

Pine Grove 

Mahanoy City 

Tremont 

Shamokin 

Valley View 

Gratz 

Shamokin 

Gordon 

Shamokin 

Mount Carmel 

Mount Carmel 

Keiser 

Pottsville 

Excelsior 

Pottsville 

Midaleport 

Valley View 

Trevorton 

Minersville 

Pine Grove 

Scranton 

Mount Carmel 

Pottsville 

Hegins 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Avoca 

Dupont 

Valley View 

Trevorton 

Frackville 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Scranton 

Shamokin 

Valley View 

Pine Grove 

New Phila. 

Hegins 

Ashland 

Mahanoy City 

Hegins 

Hegins 

Ravine 

Valley View 

Cumboia 

Pine Grove 

Pottsville 



153 



154 



BJaJgJgt Operator 



General Manager 



Koperna Coal Co. © Paul Koperna 

Koperna Coal Co. #2 © John Koperna 

21 Koperna Coal Co. © Frank Koperna 

23 Kopitsky Brothers © Leo Kopitsky 

12 Koppenhaver Coal Co. DM H. Koppenhaver 

20 Koschoff Coal Co. © C. Koschoff 

19 Kost Partnership © Charles Kost 

20 Kovach Coal Co. © Alex Kovach 

19 Kowalchick, Michael BP M. Kowalchick 
23 Kozar Coal Co. © Robert Kozar 
30 Krammes Coal Co. © Frank Krammes 

4 Krell Coal Co. S Philip A. Krell 

18 Kristof f Coal Co. DM © George Kristoff 

30 Kroh Coal Co. © Merlin Kroh 

28 Kulpmont Coal Co. © M. Habowski 

20 Kurtz Coal Co. © Anthony Kurtz 

21 L. E. H. Mining Co. DM H. Renninger 

17 L. E. T. Coal Co. 9 Thomas Shurock 

15 L. & F. Mining Co., Inc. © R. E. Fellin 

16 L. & H. Coal Co. DM David Lehman 

20 L. & K. Coal Co. © Alfred Lucas 
23 L. 8. L. Coal Co. © Edward Little 
28 L. 8. L. Coal Co. © John Leinig 
28 L. & M. Coal Co. © Lambert Reber 
12 L. & M. Coal Co. DM Franklin Lucas 
12 L. 0. B. Coal Co. DM Mark Osman 

28 L. & S. Coal Co. © S. Stellar 

21 L. S. & F. Coal Co. © C. Stickley 
26 L. Z. D. Coal Co. © Charles Zukas 
10 Laflin Heights Coal Co. bk Louis Falzone 
12 Lahr Coal Co. © Marl in Lahr 

18 Lanscoal Mining Co., Inc. DM S. Karabinos 
30 Last Chance Coal Co. DM Wilbur White 
18 Lauchnor Coal Co. © U. Lauchnor 

18 Laurel Hill Coal Co. DM A. Weisacosky 
3 Lavelle Coal Co. S S. Dimminick 

15 Lee Mining Co., J. F. DM Joseph F. Lee 

16 Legal Coal Co. BP Harry Golden 
1-2-3-10- Lehigh Valley Anthracite, 

11-15-18-26 Inc. SB BP bk Frank Moran 

30 Lehman Coal Co. © Mervin Lehman 

10 Lemoncelli Coal Co. © P. Lemoncelli 

30 Lengel Coal Co. DM Warren Lengel 

15 Leonard Coal Co. BP R. E. Fellin 
30 Licoma Coal Co. DM George Mazur 
21 Little Mine Coal © Forrest Otto 

19 Live Oak Coal Co. BP P. Laychock, Jr. 
26 Locust Valley Coal Co. BP bk H. Yudecufski 

23 Lone Pine Coal Co. © J. J. Zupicich 
28 Lotus Coal Co. © T. Anzelovich 

24 Lower Region Colliery W L. Chapleski 
12-30 Lucas Coal Co., Earl © Earl Lucas 

20 Lykens Coal Co. © All«n Shoffler 
24 Lytle Brothers Partnership © Wm. Lytle, Jr. 
24 Lytle, Zimmerman, Henninger © Richard Lytle 

16 M. A. C. C. Coal Co. DM Thomas Morgan 
12 M. A. D. Coal Co. © Alvin Morgan 
30 M. & B. Coal Co. © Ralph Miller 
30 M. B. G. Coal Co. © R. E. Miller 
19 M. & C. Mining Co. © Martin Carroll 

28 M. G. & S. Coal Co. © Joseph Murin 

19 M. & N. Coal Co. DM Michael Olenick 

18 M. & N. Coal Co. © L. Minarick 

29 M. & P. Coal Co. © Daniel Moroz 

20 M. & P. Coal Co. bk Joseph Ponento 
26 M. & S. Coal Co. © Manuel Simoes 
26 M. 8, S. Coal Co. DM Allen Shoffler 

20 M. 8. W. Coal Co. DM W. H. Brennan 

21 M. 8. W. Coal Co. © K. Wolfgang 

30 M. 8. W. Coal Co. © George Motter 
30 M. W. S. Coal Co. DM Palmer Mervine 

19 M. 8. Z. Coal Co. © E. Melusky 
10 Macarelli Coal Co. DM M. Macarelli 



R. D. 2, Box 195 
438 Water Street 
203 West Laurel St. 



P. 0. Box 273 
Box 409, R. D. 2 
239 W. Laurel St. 
R. D. 3 



Schuylkill Hav. 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Schuylkill Hav. 

Ranshaw 

Tremont 

Catawissa 

Saint Clair 

Kulpmont 

Minersville 

Shamokin 

Tremont 

Tama qua 

Mary-D 

Hegins 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove 

Shamokin 



R. D. 1 

333 S. Market St. 

1576 Pulaski Ave. 

Ill High Street 

Box 143-X, R. D. 

1015 E. Diamond Ave. Hazleton 

100 Vaux Avenue Tremont 

Main Street 

934 Chestnut St. 

Box 227-B, R. D. 1 

Box 316-A, R. D. 2 

R. D. 3 



1145 W. Spruce St. 
278 Main Street 
614 Walnut Street 
540 Wyoming Ave. 



417 Carbon Street 
P. 0. Box 351 
836 North Church St. 
R. D. 2 

800 Exeter Ave. 

R. D. 1 

5 Jane Street 

R. D. 2 

1014 E. First St. 

(Tremont P. 0. ) 

R. D. 2 

R. D. 1, Box 84-A 

P. 0. Box 179 

825 Lott Street 

1306 Chemung St. 

P. 0. Box 240 

R. D. 2 

337 Melrose Street 

634 W. Spruce St. 

Box 367, R. D. 2 



523 N. Second St. 
301 S. Spruce St. 
R. D. 1, Box 114 

6 N. Seventh St. 
122 W. Girard St. 
208 E. Center St. 
337 Melrose St. 
503 West Avenue 
323 W. Center St. 
R. D. 1 

Box 306, R. D. 1 
528 Lytle Street 
817 Scott Street 



Lavelle 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Pine Grove 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Joliett 

Ashland 

Wyoming 

Williamstown 

Lansford 

Frackville 

Pottsville 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Hazleton 

Pottsville 

W. Pittston 

Pine Grove 

Peckville 

Pine Grove 

Hazleton 

Joliett 

Hegins 

Pottsville 

Mahanoy City 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Hegins 

Keiser 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Hegins 

Williamstown 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Minersville 

Mount Carmel 

Pottsville 

Cumbola 

Shamokin 

Atlas 

Mahanoy City 

Keiser 

Mount Carmel 

Donaldson 

Pine Grove 

Ashland 

Minersville 

Wilkes-Barre 



District Operator 



Mace Coal Co. © 

Machesic & Crissinger Coal Co. 

Madenford Coal Co. DM 

Makarczyk Brothers Coal Co. © 

Maksimik Coal Co. bk 

Malho Coal Co. DM BP 

Maple Shade Coal Co. © 

Maple Spring Coal Co., Inc. BP 

Manbeck Dredging Co., Inc. W bk 

Mansion Coal Co. © 

Manue, John J. S 

Mar Strip. & Excavating Co. bk 

Marchesini, David bk 

Marchuk & Sons Coal Co. © 

Marko Coal Co. © 

Marion Mining Co., Inc. DM 

Marquette Coal Co. © 

Mary Lee Coal Co. © 

Matisko Coal Co. B bk 

Matrishin Coal Co. © 

Mattis Coal Co. © 

Matz Brothers Coal Co. © 

Mauser Coal Co. © 

Mayton Brothers © 

Mazaika Coal Co. BP 

Meadowbrook Coal Co. BP W bk 

Meadow Coal & Excavating Co.,Ii 

Meg Coal Co. S 

Mekosh Coal Co. © 

Mercury Coal Co. DM 

Metzinger Coal Co. DM 

Mickey Coal Co. © 

Micklick Coal Co. © 

Miller Coal Co. DM 

Minel, Inc. S 

Minersville Coal Co., Inc. BP 

Mitchell Mining Co. DM 

Moffat Coal Co., Inc. S B DM 

Montrose Coal Co., Inc. © 

Moore Coal Co. © 

Morack Coal Co. © 

Morgan Coal Co. © 

Morten Lands Co. S 

Mosolino Contracting Co. W bk 

Motto Partnership © 

Mountain Side Coal Co. BP 

Mountain Slope Coal Co. DM 

Mountain Top Coal Co. © 

McAdoo Mining Co. © 

McBab Coal Co. © 

McDonald, Joseph S 

McKeen Fuel Corp. bk 

N. & L. Coal Co. © 

N. & S. Coal Co. 

Neumeister Coal Co. .James DM 

Neumeister Coal Co. DM 

Ney & Lehman Coal Co. DM 

Nork Coal Co. © 

North Line Coal Co. S 

Northwest Mining Co., I 

Noyalas Coal Co. 

No. 1 Vein Coal Mine DM 

No. 4 Coal Co. DM 

No. 5 Vein Coal Co. DM 

No. 10J- Vein Coal Co. © 

0. K. Coal Co. © 

0. & M. Coal Co. 

0. & W. Coal Co. © 

Oakwood Coal Co. , Inc. B 

Old Mill Coal Yara BP 

Olenick Brothers Coal Co. 

Olman & Co. • 

Oliver, James & Albert S 

Orbit Coal Co. DM 

O'Toole, John F. B bk 



General Manager 
Russel Mace 
A. M. Machesic 
G. Madenford 
J. Makarczyk 
S. Maksimik 
S. Klinger 
T. Kulbacki 
J. Pillus 
CD. Manbeck 
R. Umbenhauer 
J. Manue, Jr. 
J. Mariner 
D. Marchesini 
S. Marchuk 
J. Markosky 
Neil DeLance 

D. H. Marquette 
G. Reidinger 
J. Matisko 
A. Matrishin 
F. Mattis 
Harry Matz 
Albert Mauser 
Joseph Mayton 

E. Mazaika 
Leslie Kimmel 

SAndrew Brazzo 
Ross Gelso 
John Mekosh 
Leon Richter 
D. Metzinger 
J. Mickatavage 
S. Micklick 

D. Miller 
S. Korenkiewicz 
L. Strenkoski 
J. Mitchell 

E. W. Lamb 
W. Brennan 
C. A. Moore 
John Morack 
Ira Morgan 
R. Tenaglia 
M. Mosolino 

F. J. Motto 
Roy Habel 
Luke Keating 
I. Vesay 
Gene Pinter 
W. Klokis 
J. McDonald 
Wesley McKaig 
A. J. Novrocki 
John Hye 
J. Neumeister 
L. Neumeister 
Carl Ney 
N. Gawinowicz 
C. W. Troxell 

S B DM bkT. J. Gillen 
E. Noyalas 
Raymond Keefer 
Frank Lucas 
Vincent Varano 
Paul Mausley 
E. Olbrish 
V. O'Neill 
C. Oshman 

IP D. Deaven 

Raymond Stein 
Nicholas Olenick 
Joseph Olman 
James Oliver 
T. E. Daubert 
F. O'Toole 



155 



P. 0. Box 171 

139 Pennsylvania Ave 

435 W. Columbus St. 

1005 Pine Street 

Route 209 

218 East Liberty St. 

R. D. 1 

Box 579-B, R. D. 1 

R. D. 2 

423 Sixth Street 

1804 E. Wiconisco 

436 W. Columbus St. 
P. 0. Box 229 

611 West Pine St. 

1027 W. Juniper St. 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 1 

1552 Wabash Street 

12 East Savory St. 

Box 861, R. D. 2 

R. D. 2 

New Coxeville Road 
1948 Wyoming Ave. 
920 Market Street 
P. C. Box F 



40 Oakland Street 
216 Second Street 

R. D. 1, Box 141-K 
P. 0. Box 38 
603 Main Street 
P. C. Box 486 
124 Spruce Street 
R. D. 2, Box 28 
407 North Vine St. 

140 South Nice St. 

P. 0. Box 176 

P. C. 3ox 13 

648j East Broad St. 

415 St. Francis St. 
62 N. Tamaqua St. 
2992 Luk e Fidler 
25 Beech Street 
P. D. Box 33 
Box 212, R. D. 1 
402 W. Chestnut St. 
Box 66, R. D. 1 



St. 



Jr. 



300 South Mapl 
41 Sherman Street 
Sunbury & Rock Sts. 
78 Cottage Street 
219 N. Broad Mt.Ave 
Box 295, R. D. 2 

406 East Pine St. 
2003 Tioga Street 
753 Scott Street 
617 Market Street 
2024 Center Street 
P. C. Box 13 



4fc N. Tamaqua St. 
99 Pine Street 



208 S. Hyae Park Av 



Shamokin 
Trevorton 
Joliett 
.Shenandoah 
Shenandoah 
Lavelle 
Shamokin 
Branchdale 
Schuylkill Hav. 
Pine Grove 
Pottsville 
Tamaqua 
West Wyoming 
Reinerton 
Shenandoah 
Shenandoah 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Lake Ariel 
Barnesville 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Loyalton 
Shamokin 
Tamaqua 
Tower City 
Beaver Meadows 
Exeter 
Ashland 
Tremont 
Lavelle 
Ashland 
Jessup 
Hegins 
Shamokin 
Minersville 
Dickson City 
Scranton 
Minersville 
Shamokin 
Mount Carmel 
Valley View 
Frackville 
Gordon 
Excelsior 
Tamaqua 
Sibley 
Minersville 
McAdoo 
Shamokin 
Girardville 
Lake Winola 
Paxinos 
Shamokin 
Ashland 
Frackville 
Mount Carmel 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Carbondale 
Frackville 
Shamokin 
Hegins 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Kulpmont 
Ashland 
Ashland 
Pine Grove 
Llewellyn 
Minersville 
McAdoo 
Pittston 
Pine Grove 
Scranton 



156 



District Operator 



Otto M. Coal Co. DM 
P. & C. Coal Co. © 
P. & D. Coal Co. © 
P. & D. Coal Co. © 
P. & H. Coal Co. © 
P. & J. Coal Co. 9 
P. K. & C. Coal Co. © 
P. & M. Coal Co. bk 
P. M. P. Coal Co. © 
P. I R. Coal Co. © 
P. & S. Coal Co. © 
P. & S. Coal Co. © 
Pacine Coal Co. © 
Packer No. 3 Coal Co. © 
Palerino Coal Co. © 
Palmer Coal Co. © 
Parkway Anthracite Co., Inc. DM 
Partnership Coal Co. © 
Pasternak Brothers S 
Paul Coal Co. © 
Peach Mountain Partnership © 
Peacock Coal Co. © 
Peck Coal Co. © 
Penag Coal Co. B DM 
Penbrook Coal Co. B bk 
Penn Can Coal Co. B bk S 
Pennsylvania Coal Co. M 
Perry Coal Sales Co., Thomas bk 
Petam Enterprises, Inc. DM 
Petrovich Coal Co. © 
Phillips Coal Co. DM 
Phoenix Contracting Co. S bk BP 
Pientack Coal Co. © 
Pine Creek Coal Co. BP 
Pine Line Coal Co. © 
Pine Tree Coal Co. © 
Pioneer Excavating Co. S 
Pitel Partnership 
Pleasant Hill Coal Co. DM© 
Pleasant View Coal Co. © 
Polcovich Coal Co. © 
Pompey Coal Co. B 
Poponiak Brothers Coal Co. © 
Popple Coal Sales, Raymond bk 
Potts Contracting Co. BP 
Prim Coal Co. © 
Primrose Coal Co. © 
Princeton Coal Co., Inc. S 
R. B. F. Coal Co. S bk 
R. & F. Coal Co. 9 
R. G. & C. Coal Co. © 
R. & J. Coal Co. DM 
R. 8. K. Coal Co. DM 
R. & L. Coal Co. © 
R. & R. Coal Co. bk 
R. & S. Coal Co. DM 
R. & W. Coal Co. © 
R. & Z. Coal Co. © 
Racho, George bk 
Raczkowskie Coal Co. © 
Radzlewicz Brothers Coal Co. © 
Ramph Coal Co. © 
Randolph Coal Co. bk 
Ranshaw Transportation & 
Auto Wreckers Co. W bk 
• Reading Anthracite Co. 
S BP bk B W 
Reber & Koons Coal Co. 
Reber & Zimmerman Coal Co. © 
Rebuck Coal Co. 
Redd Coal Co. 
Reed Mining Co. © 
Reichwein & Beury Coal Co. BP 
Reidinger Coal Mining Co. © DM 



Mildred 0. McHenry 

A. Perseponko 220 Water Street 
Joseph Peck 
Earl Deeter 
Walter Pewar 
J. Polcovich 
Paul Garber 
V. A. Pitingolo 
P. Oleonevich 
J. Rutkowski 
George Shumock 
Joseph Pitel 
Michael Pacine 
Thomas Ryan 
J. Palerino 
John Palmer 
W. J. Jones 
J. Markowski 
J. Pasternak 
William Paul 
C. Steranko 

E. Starkowskie 
Peter Peck 
Edward Twiggar 
Richard Fabbri 
P. J. Walsh 
Joseph Martin 
Thomas Perry 
J. Giovannini 
S. Petrovich 
L. H. Phillips 
William Jones 
Henry Pientack 
Ronald Klinger 
Harry Wallick 
Blair E. Deibler 

B. Tolerico 
Joseph Pitel 
P. Smulligan 

B. Pincoski 
J. Polcovich 
Charles Pompey 
John Poponiak 
Raymond Popple 
Allen Potts 
Edward Gober 
S. Coveleski 
Stanley Levan 
Robert Fanella 
H. L. Reidler 
John Roman 
Mark Minnich 
George Rigdosh 
Francis Revenis 
Ronnie Roinick 
Frank Sinko 
William Weir 
Joseph Zurat 

C. E. Wezner 
A. Raczkowskie 

F. Radzlewicz 
Melvin Ramph 
P. J. Connors 



P. 0. Box 54-A 
R. D. 2, Box 550 
109 E. Center St. 
R. D. 1 

142 South Oak St. 
29 North Berry St. 
Box 471, R. D. 2 
624 State Street 
304 W. Railroad St. 
P. 0. Box 64 
950 West Coal St. 
R. D. 3 

417 West Pine St. 
P. 0. Box 433 
631 Third Street 
419 Center Street 
1314 Poplar Street 
569 East Arch St. 
434 West Girard St. 
2270 W. Norwegian St 
Sunbury & Rock Sts. 
729 North Main St. 
P. 0. Box 74 
Jefferson Avenue 
53 ) Green Ridge St. 
223 Sanovia Street 
958 Spruce Street 
R. D. 1, Box 133 
P. 0. Box 433 
911 Charles Street 
Main Street 
302 South Market St. 
R. D. 1, Box 143-R 
Frost Hollow Road 
304 West Railroad St 
939 E. Mahanoy Ave. 
1527 West Spruce St. 
103 East Center St. 
P. 0. Box 91 
146 Warsaw Street 
300 Newrose Bldg. 
64 North Main St. 
518 East Center St. 
1576 Wabash Street 
306 South Main St. 
P. 0. Box 454 
317 W. Philadelphia 

R. D. 1 

528 Locust Avenue 
521 Oak Street 
1272 Chemung Street 
105 Hoffman Street 
R. D. 3 

371 South Church St. 
1237 W. Nelson St. 
1103 West Fern St. 
1101 Chestnut St. 
P. 0. Box 173 



L. Chapleski 

J. W. Rich 
Marcus Koons 
H. D. Reber 
G. R. Rebuck 
Joseph Redd, Jr. 
J. M. Reed 
H. Reichwein 



P. 0. Box 5 



200 Mahantongo St. 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 1 

212 North Tenth St. 
1220 West State St. 
1, Box 261 



Hegins 

Williamstown 

Middleport 

Hegins 

Pottsville 

Central ia 

Barnesville 

Mount Carmel 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Cumbola 

Shenandoah 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Port Carbon 

Taylpr 

Kulpmont 

Pottsville 

Atlas 
.Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Archbald 

Old Forge 

Scranton 

Scranton 

Exeter 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Archbald 

Spring Glen 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Chrystal Lake 
.Pottsville 

Mahanoy City 

Shamokin 

Central ia 

Jessup 

Keiser 

Pittston 

Pine Grove 

Shenandoah 

Shamokin 

Shenandoah 

Mount Carmel 

Pine Grove 

New Phila. 

Pine Grove 

Wiconisco 

Centralia 

Jim Thorpe 

Shamokin 

Ashland 

Pine Grove 

Hazleton 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Kulpmont 

Pottsville 

Ranshaw 

Pottsville 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Dornsife 

Kulpmont 

Shamokin 

Ashland 



V. A. Reidinger 1027 Juniper Street Shamokin 



District Operator 



Reidinger Coal Service, Inc. BP 

Reiseg Coal Co. DM 

Rekla Coal Co. © 

Rem Coal Co. • 

Renninger Coal Co. DM © 

Renninger Partnership © 

Richland Coal Co. 

Rick Coal Co. bk 

Rickert Coal Co. © 

Ridge Stripping Co., Inc. S 

Rock Contractor, C. A. S bk 

Rocky Mountain Coal Co. © 

Romanosky Partnership © 

RoMike Coal Co. © 

Rosini Coal Co. S BP 

Rowe Coal Co. © 

Rust Coal Co. © 

S. & F. Coal Co. DM 

S. & H. Coal Co. © 

S. & K. Coal Co. © 

S. & M. Coal Co. © 

S. 8. M. Coal Co. © 

S. & M. Coal Co. © 

S. & M. Coal Co. DM 

S. & N. Coal Co. © 

S. & S. Contracting Co. S 

S. & S. Coal Co. DM 

S. S. & M. Coal Co. © 

S. & W. Coal Co. DM 

Salada Coal Co. © 

Salem Coal Co. • 

Salic Coal Co. © 

San Mining Co., Inc. DM 

Sanchez Construction Co. S 

Sanders Coal Co. © 

Sandrock Coal Co. © 

Sapphire Coal Co. © 

Sapphire Coal Co. © 

Savitski Brothers Coal Sales S BP 

Seanawaitis Brothers Coal Co. DM 

Schell Brothers Coal Co. © 

Scheib Coal Co. © 

Schickram, William bk 

Schock, Norman C. S 

Schneck Coal Co. .Thomas W. BP 

Schuylkill Contracting Co. S bk 

Schwartzlander Coal Co. DM 

Scott Coal Co. © 

Scranton Excavating Co. S 

Sebastopol Coal Co. BP bk 

Seltzer Coal Co. BP 

Shade Coal Co. DM 

Shade Coal Co. © 

Shally Construction Co. S DM 

Sharp Mountain Coal Co. © 

Shen Coal Co. © 

Shenandoah Coal Co. © 

Shomper Coal Co. O BP 

Shuey Coal Co. DM 

Shuey & Morgan Coal Co. DM 

Silver Creek Coal Co., Inc. BP 

Siminitus Coal Co. © 

Simoes & Co. , Manuel DM 

Skidmore Coal Co. • 

Skidmore Coal Co. DM 

Skripnek Coal Co. © 

Skrobak & Gaul Coal Co. © 

Skytop Coal Co. BP DM 

Slenska Coal Co. S 

Slo-Burn Coal Co. DM 

Spancake & Herring Coal Co. DM 

Smeltz Coal Co. O 

Smith Coal Co. • 

Smith Coal Co. DM 



General Manager 
J. Reidinger 
Luther Reiseg 
Guy Recla 
Joseph Millard 
T. Renninger 
Arthur Coulson 
S. Rodnick 
Michael Rick 
T. Rickert 
S. Levan 
C. A. Rock 
M. T. Kerstetter 
Thomas Green 
Michael Beggin 
E. J. Rosini 
Arthur Rowe 
Joseph Brosius 
A. Sabitsky 
J. Strausser 
Robert Snyder 
P. McGovern 
R. J. Marchetti 
John Stasowski 
John Simodejka 
Joseph Sheptock 

E. Sosnoski 
L. Stutzman 

J. Schoffstall 

C. L. Williamson 
John Salada 

J. T. Harvey 
Harry Salic 
G. H. Kienzle 
Alonso Sanchez 
W. Anaseavage 
Walter Fisher 
John Kimmel 
Raymond Maurer 
Joseph Savitski 
A. Seanawaitis 
Steward Schell 
Michael Scheib 
W. Schickram 
Norman Schock 
T. W. Schneck 

F. J. Ryan 

J. Schwartzlander 

D. Metzinger 
R. Domiano 

A. Giarratano 
F. Seltzer 
Alvin Shade 
Mark Shade 
S. Shallamanda 
A. Donofrio 
J. Abrasonis 
Leo Slominsky 
Russel Shomper, Sr. 
John Ebert 
Lawrence Shuey 
Andrew Bonchack 
t. Siminitus 
Manuel Simoes 
J. Kenenitz 
W. Lippman 
D. Skripnek 
Adam Skrobak 
J. D. Perrira 
John Slenska 
George McCabe 
Milton Spancake 
Clarence Smeltz 
John Smith 
Herbert Smith 



157 



P. O. Box 62 



500 Chestnut St. 
Ill South Fourth St. 
304 W. Market Street 
R. D. 1 
R. D. 2 

76 Wiggin Street 
405 Front Street 
P. 0. Box 184 

Box 487, R. D. 2 

R. D. 2 

866 W. Mulberry St. 



629 East Fourth St. 
12 Big Mine Run 
325 Penn Street 
747 Pine Street 
219 East Melrose St. 

101 West Main St. 

119 East Grand Ave. 
137 Sunbury Street 
Ray Street 
St. Mary's 6. River Rd 
P. 0. Box 1311 
1015 West Pine St. 
221 North Coal St. 
R. D. 1 

Forest & Mulberry St 
530 Lytle Street 

235 West Main St. 
130 Clay Street 

R. D. 1 

Box 360i, R. D. 2 
31 North Street 
Cherry Street 
3 McClure Street 
P. 0. Box 72 
P. 0. Box 11 



601 Turkey Run 

428 West Cherry St. 



P. 0. Box 52 

P. C. Box 246 

R. D. 1, Box 99j 

208 E. Center St. 

R. D. 1 

P. 0. Box 1233 

222 Clay Street 

R. D. 3 

P. 0. Box 355 

225 Gorham Avenue 

49 North Gak St. 

R. D. 2 

P. 0. Box 133 

R. D. 1 

143 Willow Street 



Paxinos 
Barnesville 
Port Carbon 
Minersville 
Zerbe 
Pottsville 
Minersville 
Kulpmont 
Tower City 
Pottsville 
Clarkes Summit 
Shamokin 
New Phila. 
Jessup 
Shamokin 
Loyalton 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Shamokin 
Spring Glen 
Branchdale 
Mount Carmel 
Ashland 
Minersville 
Kulpmont 
Keiser 
Valley View 
Tremont 
Valley View 
Tower City 
Minersville 
Williamstown 
.Wilkes-Barre 
Centralia 
Shamokin 
Port Carbon 
Ashland 
Helfenstein 
Atlas 

Minersville 
Reinerton 
Tremont 
Tama qua 
Tuscorora 
Pine Grove 
Pottsville 
Tremont 
Lavelle 
Old Forge 
Pittston 
Frackville 
Valley View 
Hegins 
Ashland 
Pine Grove 
Shenandoah 
Shenandoah 
Will iamstown 
Hegins 
Hegins 
New Phila. 
Pottsville 
Mahanoy City 
Ashland 
Centralia 
Tamaqua 
Pottsville 
Mahanoy City 
Mayfielc 
Mount Carmel 
Pine Grove 
Dornsife R. D. 
Ringtown 
Delano 



158 



District Operator 



Smith Coal Co. DM 

19 Sorokach Coal Co. © 

29 Soroka & Merena Coal Co. © 

15 Souchak Coal Co. © 

28 South Mountain Coal Co. © 

4 South River Coal Co. S 

18 South Tamaqua Coal Pockets BP 

17 Spindel Top Coal Co. © 
3-24-26-28 Split Vein Coal Co. S © BP DM bk 

18 Spring Creek Coal Co. BP 

17 Springfield Coal Co. © 

16 Stahl & Shade Coal Co. DM 

20 Stan Coal Co. © 

26 Starwood Coal Corp. BP 

20 State Coal Co., Inc. bk N 
24 Steam Coals, Inc. BP 

12 Stonehill Coal Co. BP 

21 Stoppi Coal Co. © 

12 Strohecker Coal Co. BP 

12 Stroup Coal Co. © 

19 Studlack Partnership © 

30 Stump Coal Co., F. B. © 
10 Sturgis Coal Co. © 

10 Sullivan Trail Coal Co. Shops 

28 Sun Coal Co. © 

18 SunburyCo., Inc. bk 

29 Sunnyside Coal Co. © 

28 Sunshine Coal Co. BP 

16 Superior Coal Co. BP 
1-11-23-24 Susquehanna Coal Co. S BP DM 
15 Styka Brothers Coal Co. © 

20 Swamp Coal Co. © 
4-21 Swatara Coal Co. S BP 
24 Swift Coal Sales BP 

29 T. & H. Coal Co. © 
29 T. & G. Coal Co. © 
18 T. & L. Coal Co. © 

17 T. & M. Coal Co. © 

17 Taglieri Coal Co. © 

10 Tallamelli Coal Co. DM 

15 Tedesco Coal Co., Inc. bk B 

15 The Dutchman Coal Co. © 

18 Three "C" Coal Co. © 

18 Three Star Coal Co. © 

21 Tokarchek Coal Co. © 

19 Tomalavage Coal Co. © 

16 Tracy Coal Co. © 
18 Tracy Coal Co. © 

18 Tracy Coal Co. © 

21 Tremont Anthracite Co., Inc. BP 

15 Trenton Coal Co. © 

12 Trio Coal Co. © 

17 Triple "S" Coal Co. © 
4 Tropp, L. & J. S 

1 Turnpike Coal Co. S 

28 Twin Oaks Coal Co. © 
12 Twin Partnership © 

12 Underkoffler Coal Service BP 

12 Underkoffler Coal Co. © 

3 Unique Coal Co. S 

13 V-R Coal Corp. DM 

4 Valent Coal Co. S 
15 Valley Coal Co. BP 
24 Valley Coal Co. © 

12 Valley Construction Co. 

10 Village Slope Coal Co. DM 

19-26 Vinskie Coal Co. © 

26 Vinskie 8. Hendricks Coal Co. © 

21 Viola 6. Pozzo Coal Co. © 

10 Virby Coal Co. © 

19 Vockie Partnership© 

29 W. & F. Coal Co. © 
23 W. & S. Coal Co. © 
28 W. & S. Coal Co. © 

20 K. S. B. Coal Co. © 



General Manager 
Louis Smith 

E. Sorokach 
John Soroka 

F. M. Souchak, Jr 
I. Wilkinson 
William Brazzo 
Donald Warne 
Robert Bixler 
Elwood Swank 
L. Bechtel 
S. S. Korenkiewicz721 Coal Street 
John Stahl 



P. 0. Box 14 

81 Trenton St. 

458 E. Shamokin St. 

P. 0. Box 85 

R. D. 3 

684 Bear Valley Ave. 

R. D. I, Box 336-C 



F. Stancavage 

Alfred Peca 

C. R. Chervanik 

C. W. Troxell 

E. Hassinger 
Michael Stoppi 
J. Strohecker 
Clarence Stroup 
George Studlack 

F. B. Stump 
J. Kryzanowski 
James Tedesco 

D. Fabrizo 
R. E. Doebler 
Darwin Maurer 
R. Steinhart 
Roy Blyler 
William Moore 
Edward Styka 
Joseph Yatsko 
W. P. Parker 
Adam Swift 
Leo Timko 
Harry Grazel 
Harry Thompson 
Thomas Morris 
A. Taglieri 
N. Tallamelli 
F. M. Tedesco 
William Stoyer 
Bernard Cooper 
Michael Amos 

Michael Tokarchek 214 Laurel Street 



1668 Maple Ave. 
14 South Main St. 
42 E. Independence 
P. 0. Box 12 

47 North Lehigh Ave, 

R. D. 1 

R. D. 

314 Newcastle St. 

R. D. 2 

131 Harrison St. 

800 Exeter Avenue 

1153 W. Spruce St. 



8 West Main Street 
917 East Center St. 
404 East Center St. 
P. 0. Box G 
1100 Center Street 
329 S. Diamond St. 
Fidlers Green 

905 West Pine St. 
617 West Pine St. 

P. 0. Box 4 

R. D. 1 

133 Valley Furnace 



C. Tomalavage 
Junior Harner 
Michael Dudash 
Adam Skrobak 
Kenneth Wolfgang 
A. Sherkness 
W. D. Showers 
A. Johnson 
John Tropp 
John Vitali 
Albert Shepley 
J. J. Reilly 
H. Underkoffler 
G. Underkoffler 
Millard Long 
A. Biscontini 
Frank Valent 
Stanley Lech 
Leonard Rupp 
George Fronk 
L. Coccodrelli 
Alex Vinskie 
A. Vinskie 
Victor Viola 
G. Virbitsky.Jr. 
Chester Vockie 
W. Wasarhely 
Albert Snyder 
Donald Rebuck 
F. Wisniewski 



Shade Street 

14 North Crescent St 

R. D. 3 

R. D. 3 (Wadesville) 

323 West Center St. 

22 East Spruce St. 

Route 1 

P. 0. Box 243 

Box 200, R. D. 2 

330 Field Street 

Box 102, R. D. 1 

R. D. 1 

Elizabeth Street 
933 Chestnut Street 
543 Pierce Street 
360 South Center St. 
R. D. 2 
R. D. 

P. 0. Box 646 

237 N. Broad Mt. Ave 

304 Oakland Avenue 

R. D. 2 

1315 Lackawanna Ave. 

326 Arnot Street 

511 Webster Street 

1509 Independence St, 

R. D. 

101 Clermont Avenue 



Locust Gap 
Minersville 
Excelsior 
Mahanoy City 
Trevorton 
Brockton 
Tamaqua 
Shamokin 
Paxinos 
Tamaqua 
Trevorton 
Valley View 
Shamokin 
Mahanoy City 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Loyalton 
Frackville 
Elizabethville 
Dalmatia 
Minersville 
Pine Grove 
Taylor 
W. Pittston 
Shamokin 
Tremont 
Shamokin 
Trevorton 
Valley View 
Nanticoke 
Mahanoy City 
Mount Carmel 
Zerbe 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
Ranshaw 
Pottsville 
Shamokin 
Shamokin 
West Wyoming 
Pardeesville 
Schuylkill Hav. 
Port Carbon 
Brockton 
Minersville 
Middleport 
.Tremont 
Pottsville 
Pottsville 
Donaldson 
Mahanoy City 
Williamstown 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Dunmore 
Shamokin 
Pottsville 
Lykens 

Williamstown 
Kulpmont 
Kingston 
Pottsville 
Tamaqua 
Pitman 
Valley View 
Jessup 
.Frackville 
Ashland 
Pottsville 
Mayfield 
Saint Clair 
Ranshaw 
Shamokin 
Dornsife 
Keiser 



District Operator 



General Manager 



159 



& U. Coal Co. DM 
Waddell Coal Mining Co., Inc. 1 
Wadleigh Coal Co. © 
Walaitis Coal Co. © 
Walton, John BP 
Warren Coal Co.,L. J. © 
Watcher Coal Co. © 
Wehry, Paul © 
Weihrauch's, Frank 6 
Wesner Coal Co. BP 
West Cameron Coal Co. DM 
West Point Coal Co. © 
West West Coal Co., Inc. DM 
Western Mining Corp. DM 
Westwood Coal Co. DM 
Whippoorwill Coal Co. DM 
White Birch Coal Co. DM 
White's Vein Coal Co. DM 
Whytko & Co. © 
Wiconisco Washery, Inc. bk 
Wiest Coal Co. DM 
Wilmington Coal Stripping Co. 
Williams Coal Co., Elmer © 
Williams Partnership © 
Williamson Coal Co. DM 
Windsor Coal Co. © 
Winnie Land Co., Inc. © 
Witkoski Coal Co. © 
Wolfe Coal Co. © 
Woodside Mining Co. © 
Woratyla Coal Co. DM 
Yanik Coal Co. © 
Yob Coal Co. DM 
Yost Coal Co. © 
Yudacufski Brothers bk 
Yuhas Coal Co. © 
Z. & B. Coal Co. © 
Z. & D. Coal Co. © 
Z. & R. Coal Co. © 
Zakrewsky Coal Co. DM 
Zanella Brothers Coal Co. DM 
Zigarski Coal Co. © 
Zimmerman Coal Co.,Marlin DM 
Zlocki Coal Co. © 



Allen Umbenhauer 
Peter Brohak 
Frank Mucha 
John Walaitis 
John Walton 
Lawrence Warren 
Michael Watcher 
Paul Wehry 
Frank Weihrauch 
W. J. Wesner 
Robert Erb 
J. Petrovich 
Leo Strenkoski 
Bruno Ferritti 
Charles Martin 
J. Tarconish 
N. DeLance 
Clayton Shade 
Robert Whytko 
T. J. Reilly 
Stanley Wiest 
Earl Gorenty 
Elmer Williams 
Evan Williams 
A. R. Williamson 
Charles Nalewak 
Frank Ryan 
A. Witkoski 
William Wolfe 
John Olenick 
Charles Gregonis 
J. P. Yanik 
Leo Yob 
Edward Yost 
I. Yudacufski 
John Yuhas 
J. A. Zimmerman 
F. M. Zimmerman 
William Reiner 
P. Zakrewsky 
J. Zanella 
Albert Zigarski 
M. Zimmerman 
Leonard Zlocki 



R. D. 2 

328 South Lehigh St. 

40 South Wylan St. 

R. D. 3 

218 W. Independence 



R. D. 2 

410 N. Shamokin St. 
14 West Willow St. 
P. 0. Drawer 1 
913 Wyoming Ave. 
R. D. 1 

Washington Street 
118 West Oak Street 



R. D. 1, Box 249-B 



1121 West Pine St. 
R. D. 2, Box 360j 
206 Third Street 
North Street 
R. D. 1, Box 117-A 



51 South Pine St. 
20 South Third St. 
301 South River Ave 



Dooleyville No. 6 
1433 Poplar Street 



431 Melrose Street 



Pine Grove 

Archbald P.O. 

Frackville 

Frackville 

Pottsville 

Shamokin 

Llewellyn 

Shamokin 

Lebanon 

Tamaqua 

Shamokin 

Shamokin 

Minersville 

W. Pittston 

Pottsville 

Middleport 

Shenandoah 

Sacramento 

McAdoo 

Hazleton 

Valley View 

Middleport 

Ashland 

New Phil a. 

Valley View 

Shamokin 

Pottsville 

Ranshaw 

Williamstown 

Pottsville 

Pine Grove 

Excelsior 

Schuylkill Hav 

Mount Camel 

Frackville 

Sunbury 

Pine Grove 

Pine Grove 

Orwin 

Tamaqua 

Mount Carmel 

Kulpmont 

Ravine 

Keiser 



DM - Denotes Deep Mines Employing Five (5) or More Persons. 

© - Denotes Deep Mines Employing Fewer Than Five (5) Persons. 

S - Denotes Strip Mine Operations. 

B - Denotes Breakers. 
BP - Denotes Breaker Preparation Only. 

M - Denotes Maintenance. 
bk - Denotes Bank Operations. 

W - Denotes Washery.